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Former Dropbox, Bloodsimple Members Join Forces In Saint Caine

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Former DROPBOX members John Kosco (guitar, vocals) and Joey Wilkinson (guitar) have joined forces with ex-BLOODSIMPLE/DOWNSET drummer Chris Hamilton and bassist John Eville in a new band called SAINT CAINE. The group are currently working on their debut album, to be released in late 2006/early 2007. "It's going to be difficult for us to decide what stays and goes on this record," the band said in a statement

Source: Blabbermouth

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3 Comments on "Dropbox, Bloodsimple Members Form Saint Caine"

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1. Opeth Suck!!! writes:

I really like Bloodsimple. And I think that Dropbox wasn't bad, they were alright in my opinion. But it's kinda stupid that they got signed made a record then made a different band. wtf happened to Dropbox? And why would Chris from Bloodsimple leave that band? I personally like Bloodsimple a lot better than Dropbox and probably more then I'll like this band.

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2. leelee writes:

bummer I liked Dropbox

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3. metalmayhem writes:

chris would leave that band b/c now that tim williams got his mug back on the scene there was such a high demand for VOD that he had to bring them back.....no matter what they say i think that means the end for bloodsimple (they were very manufactured in my opinion anyway)

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