News•November 27, 2001 12:10 PM ET•2,613 views
Drowningman working on new material
Here's the latest on Drowningman, directly from frontman Simon Brody: "Drowningman have been locked up in a basement on King Street in Burlington VT for the past several months working out new material for our upcoming full-length and adding a few new members. Andrew Abramowitz (the original bass player of Poison the Well) is taking over bass duties, local boy, Frank Smecker is our 5th second guitarist in 6 years, and Rob is tinkering with samples and other enhancements to the Drowningman experience. This revamped and extended line-up will begin playing limited weekend shows in the Northeastern US in January and February before going into the studio and then heading over to Europe in late March for a long overdue tour. A release of 10 old demo tracks will be available from Revelation Records in early 2002."
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