LEATHERWOLF: More Information Revealed About Vocalist Search

December 31, 2004

More information has been released regarding LEATHERWOLF's singer search following the recent departure of RACER X frontman Jeff Martin.

The California-based band "are looking for someone with the right experience, energy, dedication and stage presence," the group write on their web site. "Vocally you must be able to sing all of the Michael Olivieri songs and Jeff Martin demo songs. After tracking a three-song demo with RACER X frontman Jeff Martin earlier in the year, we are again looking for a suitable vocalist to complete the new recordings. Must be able to write and bring your own style to the band a well. If you can play a guitar and/or keyboards this is a plus.

"We are looking for a singer that feels they can handle the metal vocals of LEATHERWOLF! Please no Geoff Tate clones. Someone with strong metal vocals! We will making a new studio CD here when we find you! A singer is the last piece of the LEATHERWOLF attack!

"Please send an audio CD and a picture of yourself, bio and/or any video footage you have of any live performances. You can also email us too to request contact information or to simply give is information about you as well. Thanks!"

Send to:

c/o Dean Roberts
24112 El Tiradore Circle
Mission Viejo, CA 92691

Or e-mail the band directly at [email protected] or [email protected].

Applicants will be tested by being asked to singing the songs "Behind the Gun" (mp3) and "Disconnect" (mp3) to see if they can handle the material.

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