Detroit-based rock band TILES have announced the return of original drummer Mark Evans. Evans was a founding member of TILES and appears on the band’s first three releases, "Tiles" (1994), "Fence the Clear" (1997), and "Presents of Mind" (1999).
TILES guitarist Chris Herin offers the following comment on Evans' return: "We auditioned some excellent drummers… Mark obviously had the inside track and when we got together his drumming was as impressive as ever… so he really became the obvious choice. We're excited about the new songs and look forward to bringing them to life with Mark's energy and creativity."
TILES are currently arranging material for their fifth CD and plan to enter the studio in early 2006 with producer Terry Brown.
TILES' fourth album, "Window Dressing", was released in 2004 on InsideOut Music worldwide and was produced by Brown, who is noted for his success with RUSH, CUTTING CREW, FATES WARNING, VOIVOD and ALANNAH MYLES. TILES' previous three CDs were reissued in 2004 and feature a variety of previously unreleased songs, demos, and bootleg video; expanded packaging, photos, and liner notes; and newly mastered audio from the original tapes.
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