Drummer Matthew Gossman of Ft. Lauderdale, Florida's INTO THE MOAT has issued the following update:"Well, it looks like we may be needing a bassist again. We originally had someone lined up here at home to fill the permanent position, but now it looks like he may be having second thoughts. So basically, in the meantime we are going to start auditioning people. Go to our website for tabs to two of our songs: 'Dead Before I Stray' and 'Beyond Treachery'. If you are interested in filling the position, learn these two songs, and we will let you know when we are going to hold auditions. You must live in southern Florida, or have some way of relocating here! But, you should know you will not yet be able to make enough money from this band to live on your own. You must also be willing to tour indefinitely; and not be a drug addict, asshole, or pussy. We probably will make fun of you, but it's all in good fun." INTO THE MOAT's full-length debut, "The Design", was issued in March 2005 via Metal Blade Records.
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