GODHEAD Frontman Keeping Busy Between Albums

Now that GODHEAD have completed recording their new album, they have decided to explore some new label options, so frontman Jason Miller has been able to keep himself busy with plenty of other endeavors. Last year, he bought and opened a full service recording and production facility in North Hollywood, called Central Command Studios. In addition, for the past few years, Miller has been doing a lot of voice-over work for TV and films, and he recently completed an episode of "Avatar" for Nickelodeon. Continuing his recent collaborations with former EVANESCENCE guitarist Ben Moody (Miller co-wrote and sang lead on much of Moody's upcoming solo album), Jason sang background on "Everything Burns", a track Moody did for the film "Fantastic Four". Now, Jason has just been brought in to be music supervisor on a new film written and directed by comedian Andy Dick, called "Danny Roane". It also stars Jack Black, Ben Stiller and Mo Collins. "That's really something I'm thrilled about," he explains, "I've always had a goal to be a music supervisor for films, so this is a satisfying achievement to me." In addition to all these film and TV ventures, Miller plans to tour this fall with Moody.

But he promises GODHEAD fans that he is not forsaking his band. "I am excited that I've been able to branch out into so many things," explains Miller, "but GODHEAD is always my number one priority. We might possibly do some tour dates this year if we can, and the album could be ready for release as early as the beginning of 2006."


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