Former LIMP BIZKIT Guitarist Resurfaces In EVOLVER

EVOLVER, the Baltimore, Maryland-based band fronted by former LIMP BIZKIT/SNOT guitarist Mike Smith, is recording songs for its first full-length album at Deep End Studio in the group's hometown.

EVOLVER, which will support industrial heavyweights FILTER next month, has described its music as "heavy and powerful with catchy wide-open vocal melodies." It was this combination that caught the ears of NICKELBACK and HINDER's management company Union Entertainment Group. After hearing the band's demo and seeing them perform live, UEG managers Dave Loncao and Kevin "Chief" Zaruk, immediately signed EVOLVER to a management deal.

EVOLVER is:

Mike Smith - Lead Vocals/Guitar
Anthony Grabowski - Drums
Keith Thompson - Bass
Drew Yount - Lead Guitar

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