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ALL ELSE FAILS Announce New Drummer

All Else Fails (2012) Edmonton, AB based metallers All Else Fails are proud to announce the addition of new drummer Shane Tym to their line up after the departure of Tom Wolf. Tym who has been drumming for the last 15 years and was born in Edmonton but grew up in Chilliwack, BC and has played in multiple bands, will be making his AEF debut at this year's Normfest in Fishing Lake, AB on August 4th.

"I'm super pumped to be a part of such a wicked band with such great (and kinda weird) dudes, and am really looking forward to creating some sexy sexy music together!' says new drummer Shane Tym.

AEF vocalist/ guitarist Barrett Klesko also comments.

"Over the past couple of years we have tried out a handful of drummers, and though we have had some great times with some fantastic musicians, we have yet to find a really good fit for the project. Until now! We are excited to announce that Shane Tym of Edmonton will be filling the spot. He is a fantastic drummer who is an excellent fit for All Else Fails. You will be able to hear him on our next album, which we are already in the process of writing."

All Else Fails unleashed their latest album 'The Oracle, What Was, Is And Could Have Been' on Suicidal Bride Records last year to great acclaim and have been touring strong across Canada since its release. The band will now hit the studio for their follow up.

In additional news, the band has launched a new web series called 'Breaking Acclaim' that features AEF's satirical sense of humour along with their road side antics.

To view episode 1 titled 'Kanye West Is Still A Giant Douche' please visit the following link.

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    June 21, 2012

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