KCUF Debut Featuring KORN, SYSTEM OF A DOWN Members To Surface This Month

KCUF, the new project featuring Crazy "White" Sean (ex-GWAR roadie) and former SNOT/AMEN/LO-PRO bassist John "Tumor" Fahnestock, will release their debut album on February 21 via 313 Recordings/Corporate Punishment Records. Entitled "Modern Primitive Punk", the CD includes guest appearances from Shavo Odajian (SYSTEM OF A DOWN), Sid "DJ Starscream" Wilson (SLIPKNOT) and James "Munky" Shaffer (KORN). Audio samples are available on the band's MySpace page at this location.

Commented Sean: "KCUF was just a project I had in my head for a long time, and I hooked up with Tumor and T-Shirt (a.k.a. Jeff Myers, also one a significant musical contributor to the record), and they helped bring it to life. . . From doing my Freakshow thing, I'd meet all the touring bands that come through Europe and a lot of them became friends, so I just asked them to be involved. A lot of people have called it a 'side-project,' or whatever, but it is what it is. It's just a record we made for fun, and asked some of our friends to come jam on."

According to Tumor, the KCUF project comes as a result of growing up with a musically mixed background. "I can speak for myself that I really am not trying to appeal to any one genre," he said. "I grew up, and it's safe to say the same for Sean, with both sides of the coin. I mean, one minute I was headbanging to JUDAS PRIEST and the next I was worshipping bands like D.R.I., S.O.D. or DEAD KENNEDYS."

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