THE CLAY PEOPLE have reunited after a four-year hiatus. The band, who briefly reformed mid-2003 with ex-STABBING WESTWARD keyboardist Walter Flakus, currently feature in their ranks founding member and lead singer Dan Neet as well as longtime drummer Dan Dinsmore and guitarist Brian McGarvey, along with new members John Delahanty and Eric Swanky. They have been writing new material for a while now and will release their seventh studio album, "Waking the Dead", on October 27 via Over It Records. Two tracks off "Waking the Dead" — "Supersonic Overdrive" and "Lost" — can be heard on the band's MySpace.com page.
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