Original KORN Drummer DAVID SILVERIA's CORE 10 Band 'Implodes'; New Project Launched
May 22, 2018
CORE 10, the group featuring original KORN drummer David Silveria, has called it quits.
Silveria, along with his former CORE 10 bandmates, bassist Chris Dorame and guitarists Joe Taback and Bobby Thomas, is seeking a vocalist to front a brand new outfit.
Says the band in a statement: "[We] have already heard from some very talented people. We want this opportunity to hear from more of you out there so we are setting up a way to do just that.
"If you think you have what it takes to front this band, record and tour, we would love to hear from you.
"Vocal tracks must be submitted along with a bio, photos, and videos available showcasing you and your talent for consideration.
"This new band and singer search stems from the implosion in our previous band we all were in together.
"We are moving on for numerous reasons that are both business and personal. With that being said, we all are looking forward to creating, writing, and playing shows together with new songs, and a great frontman.
"The band is currently in the early pre-production stages of writing their debut album with three songs ready to go. The current songs are crushing, heavy and also melodic with David's signature groove, but keep in mind there are no musical boundaries for us. We write what we feel, what we enjoy playing, and are rising above in 2018."
Earlier this month, CORE 10 released a new single titled "Introspection". The song was co-produced by Grammy-nominated producer Ulrich Wild (PANTERA, STATIC- X, DEFTONES, SLIPKNOT) and Argentina's Alejandro Taranto (A.N.I.M.A.L., LOS FABULOSOS CADILLACS),mixed by Wild and mastered by Gene Grimaldi at Oasis Mastering (DANZIG, PENNYWISE, AVENGED SEVENFOLD).
Joining Silveria, Dorame, Taback and Thomas in CORE 10's most recent lineup were the vocal duo of Duncan Nisbet and Sean Michael Lenhoff, and keyboard player Ronnie King.
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