ST. VITUS, MELVINS, NEUROSIS, SLEEP Join Forces In SHRINEBUILDER

SHRINEBUILDER, the project that features in its ranks Wino (ST. VITUS, THE HIDDEN HAND), Scott Kelly (NEUROSIS), Al Cisneros (OM, SLEEP), and Dale Crover (MELVINS), will be in the studio with Toshi Kasai (MELVINS, BIG BUSINESS) from January 9 through January 11, according to a press release sent exclusively to MetalSucks by the band's publicist. SHRINEBUILDER's debut full-length is set for a summer 2009 release on Neurot Recordings.

Scott Kelly has announced that he will report live from the studio via his official blog beginning no later than Saturday, January 10. Look for guest blogs by other members of SHRINEBUILDER as well as possible in-studio photos from the band.

For more information, visit www.myspace.com/shrinebuildergroup.

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