DAVE MUSTAINE In The Studio With Ex-SLIPKNOT Drummer JOEY JORDISON
MEGADETH mainman Dave Mustaine and VIMIC, the new band featuring former SLIPKNOT drummer Joey Jordison, have both shared photos on social media of Dave and Joey at a Nashville studio, leading to speculation that Mustaine will make a guest appearance on VIMIC's upcoming debut album.
VIMIC in February postponed its previously announced European tour so that the group could finish work on its first full-length disc, to be released later this year. "Open Your Omen", is described in a press release as "quite possibly the biggest triumph of Jordison's illustrious career."
Joining Jordison in VIMIC are singer Kalen Chase Musmecci, who has toured with KORN as a backing vocalist and percussionist, and Joey's former SCAR THE MARTYR bandmates Jed Simon (guitar), Kyle Konkiel (bass) and Matthew Tarach (keyboards). VIMIC has also welcomed new guitarist Steve Marshall to the band.
In the studio #NashvillePosted by Dave Mustaine on Monday, April 17, 2017
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