Earache Recording artists Adema have once again filled their vocal position, this time with singer Bobby Reeves, known for his prior work with Level. The group will undertake some live appearnces with the new frontman in order to get the kinks straightened out before heading into the studio to record the follow-up to their 2005 release, "Planets."
Host Amy Robach and a crew from The Today Show caught up with Adema last month at CBGB in New York City to interview the band about their Persian Gulf Tour which saw them playing for US troops at bases in Iraq and Kuwait. Tune in to The Today Show this Sunday for footage from that interview, as well as live footage from Adema's headlining show at CBGB and exclusive, eye-opening video footage and photographs from the Persian Gulf shot by the band themselves. The Today Show airs on NBC this Sunday from 8:00-9:00 am Eastern time. Check your local listings for times in your area.
Adema have signed with Immortal Records for the release of their fourth studio album. A sampler of three tracks from the disc, which is due out later this year, is available on their MySpace page.
Southern California's ADEMA has set "Kill the Headlights" as the title of its new album, due on July 24 through Immortal Records. The CD was recorded in Los Angeles with producer Marshall Altman (MARC BROUSSARD, ZEBRAHEAD). The album's mastering was done by Eddie Schreyer at Oasis Mastering in Burbank.
Earache Records have set a release date of April 5th for the release of the newest offering from SoCal rockers Adema, to be entitled "Planets" The album will be packed with tracks - sixteen in all as Luke Caraciolli makes his debut as vocalist for the group, which is being said to have headed in a more Tool-like direction...