Former SWARM OF THE LOTUS Members Launch GRAVEN
Three former members of the Baltimore-based sludge/thrash/hardcore act SWARM OF THE LOTUS have joined forces with vocalist Jason Borowy in a brand new project called GRAVEN. The band states, "[Jason] is an old friend as well as a sick vocalist and has played in local Baltimore area bands, which some of you may remember, DEADLAMB, SET THE WHORE ON FIRE and LAST PIG IN THE YARD. The first two being with our own drummer, Chris Csar. It's a natural fit, personally and stylistically, and [we] feel it's a good marriage. We've had a few rehearsals and he already has vocals/lyrics for three out of the five tracks on the forthcoming EP. Our focus now, as well as his, is to get in the studio [as soon as possible] to finish that up and get it out. We're very excited about this and the practices we've had have been sick. Sends everything over the top and finally puts the icing on the cake."
Peter Maturi - Guitar
Chris Csar - Drums
Bobby "Digital" Brockmeyer - Guitar
Jason Borowy - Vocals
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