PRIMER 55 Begins Writing New Material
According to a posting by SOULFLY bassist/ex-PRIMER 55 guitarist Bobby Burns on the PRIMER 55 MySpace page, PRIMER 55 has reformed and has begun writing material for a new album, tentatively due next year. "Jason Luttrell [vocals] and I are working on some new tunes we plan to start recording sessions by the end of the year!" Burns writes. "Every PRIMER 55 fan that's been with us from day one knows that every time we work together it's different and this new shit will be another step in a new direction for us both... Jason and I have tried to work together off and on for the past few years but addictions and inner turmoil stopped all attemps cold. But now for the first time in a long time shit seems fresh again. It's been years and you guys and gals are still here so you deserve it!!!! We love you all and we thank you for being here for us and with us through all of the bullshit!!! SO, now we just sit and wait to see what comes next!!!!!!"
PRIMER 55 released three albums before splitting up more in 2003: 1999's "As Seen On TV" (Fat Static), 2000's "Introduction to Mayhem" (Island), and 2001's "The New Release" (Island).
(Thanks: Dan Holmi)
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