Former MALEVOLENT CREATION Frontman To Perform Live With New Band

October 27, 2004

DOWN THE DRAIN, the new Buffalo, NY-based band fronted by former MALEVOLENT CREATION singer Brett Hoffmann, will be making their live debut on November 19 at the Sapphire Room in Buffalo. The concert will mark Hoffmann's first live appearance in almost three years.

"Hoffmann went back to his hometown to find himself (mind, body and soul) and get back [to] doing what he does best: make sick-ass music," reads a press release.

An official web site containing music samples will be launched very soon. In the meantime, you can join the DOWN THE DRAIN mailing list to get update on the band's activities and to find out when the site and the new music have been completed. Write to [email protected] for all the details.

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