PLACE OF SKULLS Part Ways With Drummer, Seek Replacement

Drummer Tim Tomaselli has left Knoxville, Tennessee's PLACE OF SKULLS to pursue "personal interests," according to a posting on the band's web site.

"Tim's John Bonham-influenced drumming has become an integral part of our sound," the group write. "The combination of his aggresive attack and knowledge of drum tuning sets him apart from just an ordinary drummer. Replacing him certainly won't be an easy task.

"As an original member of the band and close friend, he'll definitely be missed. We wish him the best with blessings in his personal life.

"Due to this news, the recording of our new CD in mid-August and European tour plans for October are now pending.

"Contact [email protected] for information regarding drummer auditions."


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