Former STEREOMUD Guitarist Resurfaces In New Project

Former STEREOMUD guitarist John Fattoruso is currently in the process of writing material for a brand new project called FIVE YEAR STARE. Joining Fattoruso in the new band is former OUT OF BODY drummer Chris Hermmans. Fattoruso and Hermmans are currently seeking a bass player and singer while they continue to write and record new songs. The group's musical direction is being described as "a lot heavier than STEREOMUD" but without sacrificing the melodic edge.

STEREOMUD, which featured in its ranks former members of LIFE OF AGONY and STUCK MOJO, split up in June 2003 following the disappointing sales performance of the band's sophomore effort, "Every Given Moment". The group's debut album, "Perfect Self", was released in 2001.


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