Former WHITE ZOMBIE Drummer Joins Forces With Ex-STRIFE Guitarist

Former WHITE ZOMBIE drummer Ivan de Prume has teamed up with ex-STRIFE guitarist Andrew Kline in a new band called HEALER. Joining the duo in the group are violinist/Canada native Martin St-Pierre and bassist John McLaughlin (ex-NEW PAST LIFE). The band, whose musical direction is described as "world music meets SEPULTURA, NINE INCH NAILS and MASSIVE ATTACK," are currently on the lookout for a lead singer. All applicants must have "a versatile & unique voice, a large range, have no drug or alcohol abuse problems, [and] must have a professional attitude and vocal skills of the caliber found in Chris Cornell, Peter Gabriel, Robert Plant, Trent Reznor, and H.R. from the BAD BRAINS."

If interested, send a cover letter, bio, photo, CD/MP3 (video is a bonus) to:

Ivan de Prume
PO Box 6012
North Hollywood, CA 91603

Several short clips from a few of HEALER's songs can be heard at this location.

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