LEATHERWOLF Launches Guitarist Search
Southern California metal band LEATHERWOLF has launched a search for a new guitarist following the recent departure of Geoff Gayer.
For more information on what exactly the group is looking for, visit the LEATHERWOLF MySpace page.
Fan-filmed video footage of LEATHERWOLF performing the song "Too Much" in Athens, Greece on November 1, 2007 can be viewed below.
LEATHERWOLF's recent shows were the band's first European dates since they reunited with original lead vocalist/guitarist Michael Olivieri and guitarist Carey Howe earlier in the year.
LEATHERWOLF's acclaimed 2006 studio comeback album, "World Asylum", featuring CRIMSON GLORY vocalist Wade Black, has been released by Dynamo Productions for the South American market. A reworked version, titled "New World Aslyum", with returning frontman Michael Olivieri on lead vocals and Carey Howe on additional lead guitar, was made available via the band's NIL8 label.
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