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Former Vehemence Guitarist Launches New Project

Fomer VEHEMENCE guitarist John Chavez is looking for Phoenix, Arizona-based musicians to join his new project, dubbed CURSED IN BLACK.

Commented Chavez: "The material will be ranging from all heavy spectrums of metal, death, black, punk, and thrash. It may seem like a VEHEMENCE continuation of sound and vibe, but not completely. This will be a unique band that will leave you headbanging! There will be displays of melodic aggression, skilled solos, experimental creativity, and will carry a wide vocal range diversity. I'm expecting to officially release a demo by March 2006 and tour non-stop after. Most importantly, I am looking to secure the lineup.

"I'm looking for extraordinary dedicated musicians that can contribute to CURSED IN BLACK's sound with immense creativity. The MySpace page has info on what this band is looking for.

"The writing process began shortly after the VEHEMENCE break-up. Some riffs have been carried on over from what was supposed to be new VEHEMENCE as well.

"I’d like to thank those who have came forward already about this member search, and I am already looking into several people as permanent additions to the lineup. Hope to get some response from some quality people. Also, the band needs a band logo, so please send submissions to cursedinblack@hotmail.com or the myspace account.

"Thanks to everyone that supported VEHEMENCE and to those that said they would have faith that this new band will be spectacular and support this one as well."

Source: Blabbermouth

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