SON OF SCIENCE Recruits TO-MERA's MACLEAN As Stand-In Guitarist
SON OF SCIENCE, the tech-metal band formed by former DRAGONFORCE bassist Adrian Lambert, has recruited Tom Maclean of dark-prog metallers TO-MERA as a stand-in guitarist for their upcoming shows. Adrian says, "TO-MERA remains Tom's main project but the fact he's helping us out means we have more time to recruit a permanent guitarist who we're 100% happy with. Tom's an incredible player and he'll be bringing a ton of extra shred to our live show." Anyone interested in auditioning for the second-guitarist spot should email [email protected] for more info.
Upcoming SON OF SCIENCE shows:
Dec. 20 - Concorde2 - Brighton, UK (w/ SKINDRED, LAST STOP CHINATOWN)
Mar. 30 - The Night Owl - Cheltenham, UK (ProgPower UK pre-show)
In other news, SON OF SCIENCE has made available for streaming its cover of the BACKSTREET BOYS 2005 hit single "Incomplete" at this location.
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