Former LETHAL Frontman Seeks Musicians

July 19, 2003

Former LETHAL vocalist Tom Mallicoat is looking for established, experienced musicians to form a new band with and collaborate in writing songs, recording, and touring.

Tom does not wish to relive the past, but move forward into the present with open-minded, easy going musicians who like being around each other and creating music that will be remembered for the ages.

Tom is also open to working with a signed band looking for a vocalist and songwriter.

Tom co-wrote and recorded three albums with LETHAL, including the classic "Programmed", as well as the "Your Favorite God" EP, and the critically acclaimed "Poison Seed".

Interested parties please contact DCA Entertainment for further information at:

[email protected]

Or send any material to:

Tom Mallicoat
800 Arbor Drive, Apt. # 843
Dry Ridge, KY 41035

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