RISE TO ADDICTION Part Ways With Bassist, Announce Replacement

RISE TO ADDICTION, the British band featuring former BLAZE members John Slater (guitar) and Steve Wray (guitar), have parted ways with bassist Rob Naylor (ex-BLAZE). His replacement, according to the band's MySpace.com page, is Joel Graham, who has already played several shows with the group.

RISE TO ADDICTION are preparing to enter the studio with producer Andy Sneap (MACHINE HEAD, NEVERMORE, ARCH ENEMY, EXODUS) to record their debut album for an as-yet-undetermined label.

Upcoming RISE TO ADDICTION shows:

Aug. 17 - Snooty Fox - Wakefield, UK
Aug. 18 - The Alma - Bolton, UK
Aug. 19 - Cert 18 - York, UK
Aug. 26 - Junktion 7 - Nottingham, UK


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