ALABAMA THUNDERPUSSY Split With Vocalist, Seek Replacement

April 11, 2003

ALABAMA THUNDERPUSSY has amicably parted ways with vocalist Johnny Throckmorton. Throckmorton was a member of ALABAMA THUNDERPUSSY since the group's inception over six years ago.

"As the saying goes, you can't stop the rock, so we're looking for a new vocalist." comments ALABAMA THUNDERPUSSY guitarist Erik Larson. "Any high-energy vocalist with good range, power, and flexibility interested in working hard, playing hard, traveling a lot, and having a great time should contact us at [email protected] or via our label (Relapse Records @"

Larson concludes, "Don't bother if you're a slacker, are only interested in partying, don't want to live in Richmond, Virginia, or have delusions of grandeur because this band will be your life."

While the vocal search commences, ALABAMA THUNDERPUSSY will continue writing material for their next full-length album. The remaining quartet (Larson, guitarist Ryan Lake, bassist John Peters, and drummer Bryan Cox) have nine songs complete and several more in the works. Additionally, ALABAMA THUNDERPUSSY recently had their second full-length CD, "Constellation", re-issued (re-mastered, with new packaging and two bonus tracks) via Relapse.

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