ADRIFT Announce New Singer And Bass Player

ADRIFT, the heavy rock band featuring guitarist Jack Owen (ex-CANNIBAL CORPSE, currently in DEICIDE) and drummer Kevin Astl (ex-EPITAPH, RESURRECTION) have uploaded a new song, "The Calling", featuring the group's new vocalist Dean Pskowski (SYNAPSE). Check out the track at www.adrift.cc. ADRIFT have also announced the addition of bassist Jen Parker to the group's ranks. Jen previously sang for Tampa-area faves ANIMOSITY and also played bass in FALLING FORWARD. Says Astl, "We welcome Jen, and it is damn fun to have two hot blondes in the band (along with Analia Pearl, our other guitarist) — both of whom totally kick ass!"

ADRIFT are set to mix four new songs with producer John Hughes at ARS studio in Orlando next month. More information will be made available soon.

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