BACKMASK: Former DEVILDRIVER Guitarist Resurfaces In New Project

BACKMASK, the new project featuring lead vocalist/guitarist Shane McFee (son of DOOBIE BROTHERS guitarist John McFee), drummer Dan Bellinger (ex-HIRAX, TCHILDRES), and guitarist Evan Pitts (ex-DEVILDRIVER) have posted their new five-song industry promo CD in streaming audio at their official web site, BACKMASK's music has been described as "a new sound, combining infectious vocal harmonies, electronic soundscapes and complex orchestration with aggressive, blistering, dynamic music." The CD was produced by Kurt Howell in Los Angeles in late 2004.

BACKMASK are currently seeking a permanent bassist for regional (and eventual national) touring. Candidates must be willing to relocate to the Santa Barbara, CA area. Submissions should be sent to [email protected] (MP3 demo links/attachments are encouraged). Additionally, BACKMASK are seeking national management. Contact [email protected] for more information.


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