FULL SCALE RIOT Parts Ways With ROB MOSCHETTI, Joins Forces With BULLDOZE Singer

FULL SCALE RIOT, the band featuring Tim McMurtrie (rhythm guitar; original member of M.O.D.), has parted ways with Rob Moschetti (vocals/lead guitar; ex-PRO-PAIN) due to "differences" and has teamed up with Kevone (BULLDOZE) on lead vocals.

FULL SCALE RIOT is returning to the studio and will be putting new music out in the spring.

Commented Tim: "I just wanted to get back to where it all began for me with M.O.D. So hardcore fans get ready, I'm coming home!"

FULL SCALE RIOT will play its first show on Saturday, February 20, 2010 at Dingbatz in Clifton, New Jersey. The band's setlist will reportedly include many of the classics from M.O.D., S.O.D. and BULLDOZE.

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