KILLER IN THE WORKPLACE: First Audio Sample Released

An audio sample of the track "The Price You Pay" from KILLER IN THE WORKPLACE — the new project featuring former SOULFLY bassist Bobby Burns and ex-STUCK MOJO frontman Bonz — is available for streaming on the band's MySpace page.

In addition to Burns and Bonz, KILLER IN THE WORKPLACE features bassist Curt Taylor from PRIMER 55, drummer Kennie Poole and guitarist/vocalist Matty Time.

Burns previously stated about KILLER IN THE WORKPLACE's music, "It's the best stuff Bonz has ever done, I think, so I think everybody's gonna dig it."

KILLER IN THE WORKPLACE has scheduled the following dates:

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Sep 24 - Orange County Fair Speedway - Middletown, NY
Oct. 01 - The Haven - Orlando, Florida
Oct. 02 - Skeeter B's - South Ft. Myers, Florida
Oct. 07 - Phoenix Hill Tavern - Louisville, KY
Oct. 08 - The Brass Rail - Peoria, IL
Oct. 09 - Players Lounge - Green Bay, WI
Oct. 10 - Stone Pony - Spooner, WI
Oct. 14 - Bamboo Betty's -Circle Pines, MN
Oct. 15 - Bar Games - Northwood, Iowa
Oct. 16 - Midwest Skate Park - Rochester, Minnesota
Oct. 17 - Eagles Landing - Fort Dodge, IA
Oct. 22 - The Underground - Sandusky, Ohio
Oct. 23 - Zakks Coffee House - Murfreesboro, NC
Oct. 31 - Lenny's - Atlanta, GA


Bonz - Vocals
Bobby Burns - Guitar, Vocals
Curt Taylor - Bass
Kennie Poole - Drums
Matty Time - Guitar, Vocals

Burns, a self-described "bass player, guitarist, songwriter and producer," also handles guitar, bass and vocal duties for the hip-hop/punk/metal band PRIMER 55.

Bobby and wife Joy welcomed their first baby, a son named Ryder Lee Burns, in February.


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