Former STEREOMUD Guitarist, Ex-SCAR CULTURE Bassist Complete New Band Lineup

April 7, 2005

Former STEREOMUD guitarist John Fattoruso, ex-SCAR CULTURE bassist Frank Cannino and ex-CODED guitarist Joe Festa have added drummer Glenn Moss to their still-unnamed new project. "We would like to thank all of the drummers who came down to audition and all of the drummers who responded, but when Glenn came down it was a perfect fit," the band write in a statement. "We are all very excited to have finally find the last piece of the puzzle. The new material is a lot heavier than we thought it would be, but as we continue to write, the stuff keeps flowing naturally. We hope to have something recorded very soon for all to check out and promise you will not be disappointed. With that said, let the bashing begin... have fun!!"

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