KYLESA To Audition Drummers In December/January

Savannah GA's crust-metal-punk hybrid KYLESA will be auditioning drummers in December and January. The band have issued the following list of requirements to all applicants:

"Please send us something in the mail... No mp3 or weblinks. We want: some sort of recorded demo, even if it's just you playing drums; a picture or your pretty or ugly mug (it doesn't matter if it's you playing or hanging out with your mom); list of experience and bands you've been in; your age. Go ahead and learn '110 Heat Index' (on our CD/EP on Prank Records) and 'Eyes Closed From Birth' (on our latest record, 'To Walk A Middle Course' on Prosthetic Records)."

Send all material to:

Laura Pleasants
po box 9344
Savannah, GA 31412

The band would like to have everything sent in by November 23 so that they can start scheduling auditions.

KYLESA's most recent CD, "To Walk A Middle Course", was released in March via Prosthetic Records. It was produced by Alex Newport (MELVINS, AT THE DRIVE-IN, NAILBOMB, THE LOCUST).


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