Original NOTHINGFACE Lineup Reunites, Begins Work On New Material

The original NOTHINGFACE lineup Matt Holt (vocals), Bill Gaal (bass), Chris Houck (drums) and Tom Maxwell (guitar; also in HELLYEAH) has regrouped and has started writing and recording music for a new album. This marks the first time the band's original members have worked together as a unit since NOTHINGFACE's "Violence" record in 2000.

A teaser clip of a new song has been posted on the band's official MySpace page. Check out some of the new preview clips below.

NOTHINGFACE's fourth album, "Skeletons", was released in April 2003 via TVT Records. The group disbanded in February 2004, citing musical differences, internal turmoil and label troubles. NOTHINGFACE reformed a year later with the lineup of Matt Holt, Tom Maxwell, Jerry Montano (bass) and Tommy Sickles (drums) and went on to do a small U.S. club tour before Maxwell and Montano launched the HELLYEAH project with former PANTERA drummer Vinnie Paul Abbott and members of MUDVAYNE.


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