In a new interview, Lemuria talked about signing to Bridge Nine, recording with J. Robbins, and talked about the departure of their former bassist:
The last bass player had immigration issues, and the band had a show coming up in New Jersey, so I flew up from Texas a few days before and started practicing in the studio. Our old bass player is a Canadian citizen, and he was living and working in the US illegally. Eventually the border found out.
And the band also shared some details about their Bridge Nine debut:
Well it's not that far from our first album, Get Better. I think it's a little darker, maybe a little heavier. Not in a hardcore way, though! We recorded with J. Robbins and he brought out more of what we sound like live into the recording.
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