EAT THE DAY, the group led by former LIMP BIZKIT guitarist Wes Borland, have recruited former STALKING TOM frontman Adam Yas as their new vocalist."When we heard the MP3 he sent, we knew that we had found the missing link," Borland told Revolver magazine. "Every line he sings is a spike through your head." Samples of Adam's singing can be heard via the STALKING TOM web site at this location. STALKING TOM, formed in October 2001 and currently unsigned, have gigged in and around the San Francisco area. The band are currently auditioning for a new singer and urge interested vocalists to send in a demo. EAT THE DAY will begin auditioning bass players this week, with a view towards releasing their debut album through Interscope Records before the end of the year. "All I'll say right now is that when I die, this is the music I'll want to be remembered for," Wes said.
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