Former SKINLAB, 40 GRIT Members Seek Singer, Name For New Project

The new band formed by ex-SKINLAB guitarist Glen "Glenny" Telford and ex-40 GRIT members Chris Anderson (guitar), Ryan Healy (bass) and Andy Green (drums) are searching for a name and a singer. "Thanks to all the demos we recieved from all you guys out there, we are still waiting it out in search of the guy we want!" Telford said. "We got alot of cool vocals sent back to us, and we appriciate the response! We have a total of seven songs now, and there are getting heavier and heavier! We are going back to Trident Studios with Juan Ortega behind the controls (SKINLAB, VILE, 40 GRIT) in the very near future to capture more tunes, as the band is evolving and finding its sound. We are having a hell of a time thinking of a name for this project, any input would be rad! Thanks again to all you sik-ass singers out there. Check out one the of first songs we wrote at this location. Any interested singers please email Glenny at [email protected]"


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