PLACE OF SKULLS: Bassist Needed (Again)

Knoxville, Tennessee's PLACE OF SKULLS, who feature in their ranks former SPIRIT CARAVAN/ST. VITUS/THE OBSESSED guitarist/vocalist Wino, are continuing to experience problems landing a permanent bassist. According to the band's official web site, "the relocation for Greg Turley [COUNTERSHAFT, PENTAGRAM] hasn't worked out. He will still be recording the new CD with us in January and probably doing our first three gigs in March. But after that he'll be moving back to Virginia.

"So again we're looking for a bass player with a classically loud & heavy style. We're based in Knoxville, TN and need someone with professional comittment and attitude, able to travel, & good equipment (preferably Ampeg SVT's). An aggressive look and stage presence would be a plus."

The band can be contacted at: [email protected]


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