Former DANZIG/JERRY CANTRELL Drummer To Perform With INVITRO On FAMILY VALUES Tour

INVITRO, the California-based band featuring ex-SNOT/SOULFLY guitarist Mikey Doling, has tapped seasoned touring and studio drummer Bevan Davies to fill in for the group's regular skinsman Bennie Cancino on the Family Values tour as Bennie takes a quick break to be with his family. Bennie will return to the trek the weekend of August 3.

Bevan Davies, currently on hiatus from his band COMES WITH THE FALL (which includes ALICE IN CHAINS singer William DuVall), has been the last-minute stand-in for several high-powered metal acts during the last few years. Most recently, Bevan filled in this summer for STATIC-X when Nick Oshiro was recovering from a broken hand.

Bevan is known for his proficiency in all styles of music as well as having the abillity to learn a show almost overnight. He has played, toured and/or recorded with such acts as DANZIG, JERRY CANTRELL (ALICE IN CHAINS), STATIC-X and even ENGELBERT HUMPERDINCK, just to name a few.

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