CAGE Parts Ways With Drummer, Seeks Replacement

San Diego, California-based heavy metal band CAGE has parted ways with drummer Mikey Neil. Now the search is on for a new drummer to fill the big shows that Neil leaves behind.

CAGE is currently seeking the ultimate heavy metal monster drummer that has the musical chops; looks; attitude, the ultimate double-bass drum kit and the hunger to join the world's most vicious heavy metal band.

The band is looking for a drummer who plays in the musical styles of either Bobby Jarzombek (HALFORD); Dave Lombardo (SLAYER); Tommy Aldridge (WHITESNAKE); Scott Travis (JUDAS PRIEST); Nicko McBrain (IRON MAIDEN); Mikkey Dee (MOTÖRHEAD) and Max Duhamel (KATAKLYSM).

All interested drummers who are willing to relocate to San Diego, California need to e-mail a personal biography, band/recording history; pictures (full-body and live in action) and pictures of their insane drum kit to CAGE's management at the following e-mails: [email protected], [email protected]


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