Alien Ant Farm Reuniting With Original Members
The year 2008 may see the return of alternative rock band, Alien Ant Farm. The band that had a brief hiatus in late 2006 had remained stale for almost two years but now have announced that the original members will team up over the Summer.
Best known for their rendition of Michael Jackson's "Smooth Criminal", the band will be back with two original line-ups that quit during their hey-day. Bassist Tye Zamora and guitarist Terry Corso are coming back for good.
In an interview with DJ Ryan Minic, drummer Mike Cosgrove said, "We recently set our differences aside. We got some offers, and we are going to play some shows as our original unit over the summer. It's exciting."
Corso quit the band in 2003, citing "irreconcilable differences" while Zamora chose to go back to college 3 years later.
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