ONE FOR NOTHING Record New Material, Seek Label Home

ONE FOR NOTHING (formerly ETHER SEEDS) have been maintaining an increasingly busy schedule after emerging from a marathon recording and mixing session at New York's famed Quad Studios. The band tracked several new tunes that they plan to make available online in the coming weeks.

Guitarist Stephen Seals recently conducted an interview for the Oct. 2004 issue of Blender magazine and spoke at length about the band's experience on Roadrunner/Island/Def Jam Records, as well as the tumultuous state of the music industry in the past year. Seals also sat down with Southern Jam Online for an interview that appears here.

At present, the band is rehearsing in Atlanta with plans to find a suitable label home for the new project.

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