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Drummer says they don't want to be 'vampire house band'

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Paramore have said that it is unlikely they will be contributing to the soundtrack of the 'Twilight' sequel, 'New Moon', which is set for release this November.

The Tennessee band’s track 'Decode' was included on the soundtrack to the original hit teen vampire film, but drummer Zac Farro has said that there will be no more collaborations between the band and the cult spooky movie makers.

"We don't want to be, like, the vampire house band," Farro told Billboard. "It was really fun to be a part of that, and great exposure, but I think 'Twilight' was it for us. We don't want to seem like we're trying to get in every single movie they put out."

Paramore have finished recording their as-yet untitled third album in Los Angeles. The record follows 2007's 'Riot!' and is set for release in September.

The band are currently touring the United States with the recently reformed No Doubt, and have been playing two new songs during their shows, one of which, 'Ignorance', has been mooted to be the first single from the forthcoming album.


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