CRISIS Announce New Drummer

CRISIS have begun the songwriting process for their next album with drummer Justin Arman (ex-SOCIETY 1). The follow-up to last year's "Like Sheep Led to Slaughter" (The End/Children Of Rage) is not expected to be completed until early next year. Justin will be the featured drummer on the new CD and will also go on the road with CRISIS this summer, starting with the upcoming M.O.D./ CRISIS/BEYOND THE EMBRACE trek, which is scheduled to kick off June 8 in Texas. Expect more tour plans to be announced following the M.O.D. dates.

As previously reported, CRISIS will be interviewed live by DJ Jackie Wednesday, April 27 at 10:00 p.m. on Indie 103.1 FM KDLD/KDLE on their metal show called "Chaos". Indie 103.1 FM, which is fast becoming one of the most popular commercial radio stations in Southern California, boasts Steve Jones (SEX PISTOLS), Rob Zombie, Henry Rollins and Dickie Barett (MIGHTY MIGHTY BOSSTONES) as some of the DJs that have daily or weekly shows on the station.

(Thanks: FiresOfSorrow)


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