ASESINO To Open For DANZIG On Halloween

September 27, 2002

ASESINO, the side project of ex-FEAR FACTORY guitarist Dino Cazares and STATIC-X bassist Tony Campos, have lined up the opening slots on the DANZIG Halloween shows on October 30th at House of Blues in Las Vegas, Nevada and on October 31st at La Luna in San Bernardino, California.

In related news, the Los Angeles-based act SKUMLOVE, whose current touring line-up includes Cazares, PROFESSIONAL MURDER MUSIC drummer Justin Bennett and SX-10/CYPRESS HILL bassist Frank Mercurio, will perform an all-ages show at The Whisky in West Hollywood, California on October 11th. Following their Hollywood appearance, the band will go back into the studio to record their full-length album, entitled I Come For Your Children And They Come For Me, for an early 2003 release.

For more information on SKUMLOVE, visit the band's official web site at this location.

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