Former DEPSWA drummer Colin Torres and TRAK 13 vocalist Jeff Zazueta have joined forces with members of Southern California's <151> in an as-yet-unnamed new project. The quintet will enter an Orange County studio this week to begin work on a three-song demo with manager/producer Thom Hazaert (CHIMAIRA, SW1TCHED, ERASE THE GREY, DEPSWA) at the helm.In related news, <151> will continue to play live shows and are in the midst of working on new material for their next album, due early next year. <151>'s next scheduled performance is on Sunday, November 10th at the Key Club in West Hollywood with CORPORATE AVENGER and TOO RUDE.
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