SINCE THE FLOOD Announces New Members

September 21, 2007

New England hardcore powerhouse SINCE THE FLOOD has officially confirmed the addition of singer Nate Siemens to the group's ranks. Siemens replaces Chuck Bouley, who left the band several months ago. Hailing from Winnipeg, Canada, "Nate brings a new dynamic and fierce energy to the table that is a welcomed breath of fresh air for the band and fans alike," the band says in a statement.

In other news, SINCE THE FLOOD has also added former GUNS UP! bassist Ricky Nukem. According to the band, "Ricky is a welcomed addition to SINCE THE FLOOD bringing a huge amount of talent and seasoned musicianship to the band."

SINCE THE FLOOD's latest full-length CD, "No Compromise", was released earlier in the year on Metal Blade Records. The band excels at raw, bare-knuckled hardcore with metallic toned guitars, Schwarzenegger-sized vocals and full velocity assault drumming. Among the group's admirers are Howard Jones from KILLSWITCH ENGAGE, who asked to manage the band soon after their inception, and Trevor Phipps from UNEARTH, who released their debut album, "Valor & Vengence", on Ironclad Recordings in 2003.

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