Ex-BLACK LABEL SOCIETY Guitarist NICK CATANESE's KALDERA Searching For Lead Singer

Ex-BLACK LABEL SOCIETY Guitarist NICK CATANESE's KALDERA Searching For Lead Singer

KALDERA, the new band formed by Nick Catanese (lead guitar; ex-BLACK LABEL SOCIETY) along with Dusty Winterrowd (drums; ALLELE), Brandon Powell (guitar; ALLELE) and Vinnie Salvatore (bass; THE GODZ), is searching for a singer.

Interested parties can go to this location, where they can download three song snippets to try out on.

Please send all serious submissions to band management Keith Neddo and Nick Catanese Sr. at [email protected]

Catanese's departure from BLACK LABEL SOCIETY was officially announced yesterday. The remaining members of band, who "wish [Nick] the very best in his future musical endeavors," added in a statement that a replacement axeman will be announced soon.

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