BLACK LIGHT BURNS Parts Ways With Bassist, Announces Replacement

Former LIMP BIZKIT and current MARILYN MANSON guitarist Wes Borland has issued the following update on his BLACK LIGHT BURNS project:

"The BAD news: Our good friend and cohort Sean Fetterman [bass], for reasons we are unable to disclose, will no longer be able to play with BLACK LIGHT BURNS. We're thinking of him and hoping the best for him wherever he is. The GOOD news: Bass duties from now on will be covered by no other than Anvil Pants celebrity Dennis 'Jr.' Sanders. Some of you may have gotten to know Dennis out on the road and some of you may even know that he's played a show on bass with us before when Sean couldn't make it. The loss of Sean is great, but I think our gain with Dennis is even greater. If you saw the one show he played with us, you know he's a wild cat up there and brings a lot of filthy swagger to the show. He's also a professional son of a gun."

BLACK LIGHT BURNS earlier in the year released "Cover Your Heart And The Anvil Pants Odyssey", a combination CD and DVD package on I Am: Wolfpack/YMA Music Group. Packed with reinterpreted songs of bands including DURAN DURAN ("Hungry Like the Wolf"), THE JESUS LIZARD ("The Art of Self Defense"), SISTERS OF MERCY ("Lucretia My Reflection") and PJ HARVEY ("Rid of Me"), "Cover Your Heart" is a deconstruction and reconstruction of music that the band has loved and appreciated.


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