Former TYPE O NEGATIVE, AGNOSTIC FRONT Members Join Forces In SILVERTOMB
SILVERTOMB, the new band featuring former members of TYPE O NEGATIVE and AGNOSTIC FRONT, will make its live debut on Saturday, August 26 at Ride For Dime at Starland Ballroom in Sayreville, New Jersey.
Ride For Dime is the world-renowned charity event series created by late PANTERA guitarist Dimebag" Darrell Abbott's closest family and friends to keep his legacy alive. Money raised will benefit MusiCares and Marines Care.
Kenny Hickey (TYPE O NEGATIVE, SEVENTH VOID) - Lead Vocals, Guitar
Johnny Kelly (TYPE O NEGATIVE, DANZIG, SEVENTH VOID)- Drums
Joseph James (AGNOSTIC FRONT) - Guitar
Hank Hell (SEVENTH VOID) - Bass
Aaron Joos (EMPYREON) - Keyboards, Guitar
Hickey, Kelly and Hell previously played together in SEVENTH VOID, which released its debut album, "Heaven Is Gone", in 2009 via former PANTERA drummer Vinnie Paul Abbott's Big Vin Records.
Photo by Isabel Belfor
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