SOULBENDER: New T-Shirts Available
SOULBENDER, the new band formed by QUEENSRŸCHE guitarist Michael Wilton, ex-MY SISTER'S MACHINE singer Nick Pollock, guitarist Dave Groves, and drummer Wes Hallam, are making brand-new t-shirts available for order via Wilton's official web site. "All shirts will be $18.99 plus shipping & handling," according to Michael's webmaster. "I believe the shipping will be $5.00 but we have to do a test first. We'll post a picture of the shirts ASAP too, and we will start taking orders on Friday. To order we may use Ebay but we are not sure yet, and we would like to use PayPal for payments. We will accept other forms of payment but don't have the details quite yet. Friday we will have it ready, maybe even sooner. If anyone has suggestions feel free to email. As Michael likes to say... 'It's a work in progress.' Thanks again for your patience and support."
As previously reported, SOULBENDER are currently finishing up the mixing process for their new album for a spring/summer release through an as-yet-undisclosed label.
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