SHEAVY Parts Ways With Guitarist, Announces New Album Title

Vocalist Steve Hennessey of St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada "stoner" rockers SHEAVY has issued the following update:

"Some of you may be aware of the fact that Dan Moore [guitar] has left SHEAVY after sixteen years of faithful service. We want to thank Dan for all the songs and the memories. You will be missed, my friend. But, as they say, life goes on, and so will the band. We have about sixteen new songs written and by the looks of it we'll pen a few more before heading to the studio in August. We're all pretty excited about the new stuff and we're really looking forward to putting together a new record. So, look forward to 'The Golden Age Of Daredevils' later this fall."

SHEAVY's latest album, entitled "The Machine That Won the War", was released in 2007 via Candlelight Records.


Steve Hennessey - vocals
Evan Shalker - guitar
Keith Foley - bass guitar
Jason Williams - drums


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