MEDICATION Recruit Fill-In Drummer, Finalize Track Listing For "Prince Valium"
Los Angeles-based MEDICATION, who feature in their ranks former MACHINE HEAD/SOULFLY guitarist Logan Mader, ex-UGLY KID JOE/LIFE OF AGONY vocalist Whitfield Crane, ex-ADAYINTHELIFE guitarist Blunt, and ex-THE PIECE DOGS bassist Kyle Sanders, have recruited drummer Jason Loree for the group's current US tour, which kicked off last night in Chicago Heights, Illinois. It is currently unknown if Loree will become a full-time member of the band. MEDICATION had previously featured in their ranks current SOULFLY drummer Roy Mayorga (with whom they tracked their recent five-song EP) and have recorded their upcoming Prince Valium full-length debut using the services of former GUNS N' ROSES and current A PERFECT CIRCLE drummer Josh Freese.
As previously reported, Prince Valium is set for a June 18th release through Locomotive Music. The full track listing for the effort is as follows:
01. Loaded Gun
02. Nothing Left
03. Something New
04. Walk Away
05. No Direction
07. False Idol
09. Super Pop
10. Now and Again
11. Prince Valium
12. End of Ends
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