KORN Bassist's STILLWELL: New Video Update Available
STILLWELL, the new band produced and executive-produced by Reginald "Fieldy" Arvizu from the world-renowned group KORN, is putting the finishing touches on its debut album, "Surrounded By Liars". The CD will feature Fieldy on bass, Q on vocals, Wuv (P.O.D.) on drums and Steve "Sleeve" Licata on guitar. Additional guest appearances are expected from Clint Lowery from SEVENDUST and Grammy Award-winning producer Polar Bear, among others.
STILLWELL's latest video update from the studio can be viewed below.
"It's unlike anything I've ever done in my life," Q previously stated about the project. "This whole experience has been life-changing for me." Along with the album, Q is putting together a book, "The StillWell Diaries", which will chronicle the incredible journey of recording on the road with Fieldy. Also, a DVD is being produced by Sébastien Paquet, who helmed STILLWELL's "Killing Myself To Live" video and the DVD from KORN's untitled album.
For more information, visit www.myspace.com/stillwellfq.
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