LO-PRO To Release Debut In August

July 19, 2003

LO-PRO, the new project featuring former ULTRASPANK members Pete Murray (vocals) and Neil Godfrey (guitar),along with ex-GODSMACK drummer Tommy Stewart and former SNOT/AMEN bassist Jon "Tumor" Fahnestock, will release their debut album on August 26 through STAIND frontman Aaron Lewis' new Geffen/Interscope imprint label, 413 Records. The self-titled CD (see cover here) was recorded with producer Don Gilmore (LINKIN PARK, TRUST COMPANY) and mixed by Chris Lord-Alge. For more information, including a short video clip of the band performing the track "Sunday", visit the group's official web site at this location.

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