BIOHAZARD have replaced guitarist Leo Curley (ex-OUTLINE, ex-ALL MEANS NECESSARY) with former NUCLEUS axeman Carmine Vincent. Vincent is no stranger to the BIOHAZARD camp, having previously traveled with the group as a roadie in addition to having supported BIOHAZARD as the bassist/vocalist for NUCLEUS during a tour of Europe in late 2000.Although presently unconfirmed, it appears that Curley's departure was caused by his desire to write his own material, a prospect which proved virtually impossible in an act that has been composing songs as a three-piece since BIOHAZARD's split with original guitarist Bobby Hambel in the mid-1990s. Curley will reportedly continue his involvement with NÄ$H, a brand new project that also features in its ranks Preston Nash (PRIMER 55, ex-DOPE) on vocals, guitars and percussion, Dirt (ANYTHING BUT NORMAL) on bass and vocals, and Joe Clark (STRAIGHT JACKET) on drums.
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