Paramore Bring Back Zac Farro For New Album

07/05/2016
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(TeamRock Radio) Former Paramore drummer Zac Farro has confirmed he'll appear on the band's next album. But no decision has been made on whether he'll remain part of Hayley Williams' outfit.

He quit along with brother Josh in 2010, following the release of third album Brand New Eyes the previous year. The pair said they'd become tired of being a "manufactured product" and accused Williams' management of manipulation.

She recently posted several pictures of Farro - who's now with HalfNoise - hanging out with her band, but stopped short of offering official confirmation.

Farro tells Idobi: "They've asked me to play drums on their new album. It's no joke that I'm back, just playing drums for them, alongside doing my HalfNoise stuff." Read more here.

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