Former MEGADETH Drummer Lines Up Musicians For Touring Band

April 12, 2002

Former MEGADETH drummer Nick Menza has recruited ex-SUICIDAL TENDENCIES guitarist Anthony Gallo, former SAMANTHA 7/GREAT WHITE axeman Ty Longley and bassist Jason Levin for his touring band, which is still searching for a suitable frontman. That is still in the works, explains Menza. I have to find the right guy, so we have been auditioning like mad! In the meantime, we are going over the music on the CD and doing our own writing. These players are permanent. They're awesome to work with, and it's great to be able to have everyone participate. We get along perfectly.

For now, the search continues for the right man to front the band. We are taking submissions of demos, Menza stated. We are looking for a real strong presence like Rob Zombie has. He kicks ass and that is what we want.

Demo submissions should be directed to:

V.Q. Promotions
4415 W. Verdugo Ave., Suite B
Burbank, CA 91505
ATTN: Demo Submissions

Nick Menza an his band are preparing to hit the road in support of Menza's recently-released Life After Deth CD, which is available for purchase via the drummer's official web site at

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