SEVERED HAND, the New Jersey-based power/thrash metal band featuring Paris Bierk (son of former SKID ROW singer Sebastian Bach), were forced to cancel their previously announced show at Frogger's Fun Factory in Manahawkin, NJ February 6 due to "understaffing at the venue." The band have two shows lined up in March and April (including the Middletown South Battle of the Bands in Middletown, NJ) but no exact dates yet. Vocalist Walter Figueroa (IMPRECARI) recently finished laying down the vocals for the band's debut album, "Keep Your Wives Inside", tentatively due in March. Ralph Santolla (formerly of ICED EARTH, currently of SEBASTIAN BACH) is producing the CD, which is scheduled to be mixed later this month. "Keep Your Wives Inside" will be available at the band's shows and through the group's web site at SeveredHand.com.
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