SATAN'S HOST Seeks New Bassist

Long-running Colorado metal band SATAN'S HOST, whose classic 1986 debut, "Metal from Hell", featured lead vocals by JAG PANZER's Harry Conklin, entered Flatline Audio studio in October to record its new album, "Great American Scapegoat", for a February 2008 release via Moribund Records.

Commented the group: "Now as the Winter Solstice is here, SATAN'S HOST is preparing new material for the spring 2008 pre-production sessions. Each individual is writing and gathering riffs and beats for the new musical project. We are going to write a new project in the new year to come 2008. With the election year, we will find it best for us, too record as quickly as possible. We may do some festivals out on the West Coast this summer, though in order too do this, we would have to find a bassist who could perform live.

"So here we are again, posting an ad for a bassist too perform live sets in the SATAN'S HOST Grotto. Shows/festivals will be in the summer. May set up some gigs in Colorado in order to work you into what we manifest live, before we feed your soul to the hell hounds in the pit. Duties will include learning 11-18 tracks. Having pro equipment, transportation to and from rehearsal sessions. Ability to learn material on own, as with discipline to do work at home. Then in time we will see about the long haul, and all the sacrifices and commitments it will take to be a full-time bassist for SATAN'S HOST. Contact info: [email protected], [email protected], [email protected] Send Bio, CDs, video, pic and a brief letter of what you can offer this band of twenty plus professional years. On and off the stage. Satan's Host/Bass Audition: PO Box 351691, Westminster, CO. 80031."

Watch SATAN'S HOST's new version of the "Metal from Hell" video:

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