Former COAL CHAMBER Guitarist Is Back In Action

March 30, 2007

Former COAL CHAMBER guitarist Miguel "Meegs" Rascon is back in full effect with a revamped version of his PINATA project, now renamed GLASS PINATA. The band spent the last year recording its debut album at NRG studios in North Hollywood, California with producer Tom Fletcher.

GLASS PINATA, which was previously signed to Level 7, is scheduled to appear on at the end of April, as well as on a new national reality TV show, titled "Who's Next In Music?"

GLASS PINATA's current lineup includes singer Theodore Dorward (formerly of LUD-LOW),drummer Nicco Villalobos (formerly of LEVEL),bassist Ivan Dominguez, and original guitarist Matt Vanderlip (PINATA). The band will make its live debut on April 19 at The Whisky A Go Go in Hollywood, California with ANKLA.

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