RUMBLEFISH Change Name, Prepare Debut CD
Los Angeles-based RUMBLEFISH, who recently inked a deal with Roadrunner Records, have changed their name to HIGHLAND FALLS.
Consisting of Mike Maine (vocals), Jason DeCosta (guitar/vocals), Dungus (bass/vocals), and Possum (drums), HIGHLAND FALLS spent the last two years honing their craft and warming up audiences with heavyweights such as LINKIN PARK, CRAZYTOWN, SOULFLY, MUDVAYNE and the KOTTONMOUTH KINGS, in addition to opening the main stage at 2001 Smoke Out Festival. Eventually, they signed a management deal with Warren Entner and partner Marcus Englefield of Warren Entner Management, and convinced acclaimed producer Mudrock (i.e. GODSMACK) to collaborate on a demo with them, which they did right after the New Year with impressive results. HIGHLAND FALLS' debut CD is expected to surface in late 2002.
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