INTENSE In Need Of Fill-In Bassist, Will Pay In Beer

May 25, 2002

UK power metallers INTENSE are in need of urgent assistance. Having just been let down, they seek a bass player to help them out at a forthcoming show scheduled for June 8th. Said bass player will need to learn a 40-minute set and of course be rewarded with beer as well as playing at an excellent night of metal. Location is unimportant as long as you have transport. Although on the lookout for a full-time bass player anyone who can just "help out" would be welcome and if you're already happily in a band there'd be no question of attempts at poaching no danger there. Please e-mail [email protected]. For more information on INTENSE, visit the band's official web site at this location.

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