GODHEAD's JASON MILLER On ABC FAMILY CHANNEL
GODHEAD frontman Jason Miller has spent much of the time between the band's tours and video shoots doing voice-over work and pursuing acting gigs. Most recently, he appeared as several characters on an ABC Family Channel cartoon series "Daigunder". While working on the five episodes he was hired for, Miller was approached by the show's producer to write the show's theme song.
"Method (GODHEAD bassist and programmer) and I wrote a song which the producer and network executive in charge of the show loved," Miller explains, "but then the executive got fired from the network, so we had to re-do the song a bit and re-submitted it. It got approved again, but the network hired a replacement on the East Coast and they had already hired someone else to write the theme song, so they used the other writer's tune instead." It wasn't a total loss, however, as the song written by Method and Jason ended up being used in several episodes of the show.
GODHEAD were recently booked to open the EVANESCENCE U.S. tour dates for a month, but the tour has been postponed until early next year. The band hope to announce a new tour within the next couple of weeks. They are currently promoting their latest CD, "Evolver", on Reality Entertainment.
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