LUPARA: Lineup Revamped

LUPARA, the Illinois-based band featuring former BROKEN HOPE guitarist Jeremy Wagner, have been off the map since April of last year due to some significant lineup changes. Joining Wagner and singer Craig Gross in the group's new formation are drummer Scott Creekmore, bassist John and second guitarist Tom Brandner. Photos of the new lineup can be viewed at this location.

"We are currently rehearsing material for a new, three-song promo CD which will give you a sample of some balls-out, relentless metal," the band write on their web site. "We hope to have the demo wrapped up by the end of February.

"Speaking of February, that is the month where LUPARA will break out of the box and be on the club circuit again. We already have half a dozen shows locked down, and once we secure the rest of our dates, we will post a full show schedule!!!!"


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