Texas metal veterans BYFIST have announced the return of singer Robb Steele to the group's ranks.According to a press release, "Eighteen months ago, Robb Steele was in jail wondering what happen to his life and his future as lead singer with metal veterans BYFIST. Having been the victim of his own demons and depraved living, Robb Steele, after spending 13 months in prison, was released five months ago. While there, he faced decisions: get well and his life straight or stay in the abyss of metal singers long forgotten. In a determined manner, he 'did his time' to the state and came out willing to prove his worth to his family and BYFIST. Shortly after his release, Robb contacted BYFIST's Davey Lee about attending a practice session. Reluctantly Davey Lee agreed. Armed with his authentic metal vocals and enthusiasm to give it his best shot, Robb Steele began taking part in the BYFIST practice sessions. With questioning eyes and observations, the members of BYFIST were waiting to see where Robb Steele's attitude and actions might go….and they found out." For more information, visit www.byfist.com.
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