DISTURBED To Host Open Auditions For Bass Players

DISTURBED will be holding open auditions for the bassist slot beginning this Saturday (March 27) in Los Angeles at a rehearsal studio called the Swinghouse, which is located at 7175 Willoughby, off the corner of Willoughby and Formosa. The auditions start at noon. The second audition will be held in Chicago on April 4 at the club Oasis One Sixty, located in a south suburb of Chicago called Chicago Heights. The exact address is 160 Joe Orr Road. The start time for this audition will also be noon.

DISTURBED's former bassist, Fuzz, was asked to leave in December because of personality conflicts. The group are currently working on the material for their third album, tentatively due in early 2005.

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