RINGS OF SATURN – Extreme Technical Deathcore Band Parts Ways With Drummer; New Record Underway
Bay Area Technical Deathcore band, RINGS OF SATURN, recently parted ways with drummer Jesse Beahler. Despite the setback, the band has tapped Black Tongue/Infant Annihilator drummer Aaron Kitcher to play on their upcoming new full-length. In an official statement, the band elaborates:
“Our drummer, Jesse Beahler, has made the decision to leave RINGS OF SATURN in order to put all his concentration into his other band, Black Crown Initiate. It was awesome touring with him, and we wish him the best of luck in his future musical endeavors! Despite this unfortunate news, we want to announce that we are officially working on a new record! Because of our drum situation, Aaron Kitcher from Black Tongue and Infant Annihilator has agreed to play drums on our third album. We are super excited about this and feel that his input will really blow people’s minds on our new material. Aaron will not be joining the band because he is already committed to two very active bands. So, we are looking for a touring drummer who can play material from Embryonic Anomaly, Dingir, and will also be down to learn songs from the new record so we can hit the road on tours to support the upcoming release. If you are an epic drummer who is up for this, send some play through videos our way!”
For more info, visit the band’s official Facebook page at:
Check out their sophomore full length album Dingir, currently streaming in its entirety at:
Further RINGS OF SATURN intelligence to be unveiled in the coming weeks. Stay tuned.
(Source: Earsplit PR)
LONG LIVE RINGS OF SATURN.
LONG LIVE METAL.
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