Vocalist Tobey Torres has left SNAKE RIVER CONSPIRACY and has reportedly been replaced by Martina Axen, formerly of DRAIN STH/SUPERFIX.

"Tobey left SNAKE RIVER CONSPIRACY of her own will and was not kicked out," SNAKE RIVER CONSPIRACY mainman Jason Slater said in an online posting. "I am helping her with her solo project. I am continuing on with SNAKE RIVER CONSPIRACY, as I started it before I even knew Tobey."

SNAKE RIVER CONSPIRACY, who last year replaced Bobby Hewitt (ORGY) with the group's original drummer Neil Taylor, are still seeking a record deal following their split with Reprise Records in 2001. Among the tracks tentatively set to appear on the follow-up to the band's 2000 debut, "Sonic Jihad", are "Shut Up", "Methlahem" and "Not Long For This World". Pictures of SNAKE RIVER CONSPIRACY with their new singer (who may or may not be Martina), taken at their May 1 show at the House of Blues in Las Vegas, Nevada, can be viewed at this location.


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