F5, the new Arizona-based band featuring former MEGADETH bassist David Ellefson, ex-SICK SPEED vocalist Dale Steele, drummer David Small (web site), and guitarists Steve Conley and John Davis, have uploaded their first group photo at this location.F5 recently premiered a studio recording of the track "Fall To Me" on the Phoenix radio station 98 KUPD and are said to be continuing work with producer Ryan Greene on their first full-length release, tentatively due later in the year through an as-yet-undetermined label. Says David, "F5 is a kick-ass band that I get to finally lay out my creative ideas with players who work great together. When I started it, MEGADETH was over so I moved on with my life, thus this new band was born. It's a great relief for me, something I'm very proud of and can work with or without MEGADETH in my life, as many metal musicians do with other projects at this point in their career. I'm looking forward to everyone hearing and seeing the group soon." For more information on F5, visit the band's official web site at this location.
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