LOWA Featuring Former MORBID ANGEL, GRIP INC., FORBIDDEN Members: First-Gig Photos Available
LOWA, the new band featuring former MORBID ANGEL bassist/vocalist Steve Tucker, ex-GRIP INC./ HEATHEN bassist Jason VieBrooks and former FORBIDDEN/MANMADEGOD drummer Steve Jacobs, made its live debut Friday night (February 15) at The Madison Theater in Covington, Kentucky. Check out photos from the concert and a short review at this location.
Jason previously told BLABBERMOUTH.NET, "We're calling the band LOWA for now. The name will most likely change but ran with that due to not having a solid name when the shows were booked. We've recorded five songs to shop but [are playing] 10 live." He added, "This is the happiest all of us have ever been in a band. We all write very well together and get along great and are looking forward to taking this around the world."
Steve Tucker (ex-MORBID ANGEL) - Vocals
Jason VieBrooks (ex-GRIP INC., HEATHEN) - Guitar
Bobby Gaskins - Bass
Steve Jacobs (FORBIDDEN, MANMADEGOD) – Drums
Check out the first photo of the new band at this location.
LOWA also played at Déjà Vu in Toledo, Ohio last night (Saturday, February 16).
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