Former FEAR FACTORY axeman Dino Cazares was contacted by a representative of LIMP BIZKIT's management company The Firm about auditioning for the vacant guitarist slot in the latter group, but has reportedly turned down the offer, calling the prospect of joining LIMP BIZKIT “career suicide”.As previously reported, Cazares is presently in the process of auditioning prospective drummers and vocalists for his brand new project, which will follow a heavy and aggressive direction yet sound substantially different from FEAR FACTORY. Although no names have yet been mentioned as Cazares' potential bandmates, it is believed that Dino is looking for relative unknowns to fill the drummer, bassist and vocalist slots in the as-yet-unnamed group, with a particular emphasis being placed on finding a singer that is both creative and stylistically versatile.
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