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Isis Drummer Talks Projects

Posted Nov. 22, 2010, 12:18 p.m. in Bands by Jon E.
Isis Drummer Talks Projects

Ex Ises drummer Aaaron Harris has let out some new information ragarding his current projects:

“I got another demo from Jeff Boyle (Jakob) for the project he and I are working on. When I get a message from Jeff saying he’s sent me something to listen too, I feel like a kid on Christmas day and I can’t get through the presents fast enough!

This particular track is very cool; a style of playing that I’ve never heard from Jeff. To say that I love it would be an understatement. Jeff also sent along new Jakob demos — and it’s some of the most beautiful music I’ve ever heard. Their music does something to me that’s hard to explain. It’s the sound of everything right.”

“Speaking of drums, I haven’t been playing all that much lately which bums me out a bit. Sometimes it’s nice to take a break though. Cliff, Jeff, and I will probably start playing again now that Cliff is back from Red Sparowes tour. The break is nice, and I know when I get back behind a kit I’ll be recharged, and inspired.”

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