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Spools of Dark Thread not dead yet

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Hold off sending any floral arrangements to the funeral home. It appears that news of Spools of Dark Thread's demise may have been a bit premature. Two of the remaining members (the drummer and a guitarist?) are committed to finding new players -- specifically, a new frontman to replace Chris Thomas, who has moved on to Random Friend Generator, a freshly minted act that will make its debut this Saturday, January 31, at Herman's Hideaway, as well as a bassist and second guitarist -- and continuing on. Interested in auditioning for the new version of Spools? Hit the guys up via their MySpace page.


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