Bassist Corey Lowery (DARK NEW DAY, ex-STEREOMUD, STUCK MOJO) is currently collaborating with the Los Angeles band CHOLERIC on songs for their debut CD, tentatively due next year.Commented CHOLERIC drummer Josh Villalta: "This CD is what has been lacking in metal/rock/whateveryouwannacallittoday. It is a full record from start to finish. "We currently have close to 20 songs to record. We are in the pre-production stage of this CD and have been blessed to work with Corey Lowery. "Corey and I have been good friends for many years. I have been a huge fan of his work since the MOJO days and through all the bands he's been in. I knew he'd be a perfect guy to work with and I'll tell you what... the songs we worked with him came out UNBELIEVABLE! Even though we worked 12-hour days in hot-ass downtown L.A., were restless, dehydrated, and exhausted, we MADE it happen. "Corey is one the most down-to-earth, creative, genuine people I've ever known. He is filled with great ideas and was very open to seeing our vision of the band/songs. The guy is a trooper and hard worker. He flew in from Atlanta after doing a week's worth of pre production for his band DARK NEW DAY working 12-13 hour days got on a plane with NO sleep and came here to work with us for four days!! That's a textbook definition of a trooper! "I am honored to have a great friend and person that I've admired through years be able to help CHOLERIC. "Next step, we are going to do more pre-production starting next week. We are currently auditioning singers. We are looking for the obvious...someone serious, passionate, dedicated, hard-working, and doesn't believe in failure. Vocally we are looking for a person with a great sense of melody. Someone that just has that voice and can do it all. I'm leaving it a little vague for a reason. "Anyone interested can contact us at [email protected] or send us a message through [the MySpace page]. If you think you got what it takes, then step up! There are many surprise individuals working on this CD that I am going to have the privilege of working with....it truly is gonna be mind-blowing... I PROMISE!!!"
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