Mower Seek New Musicians
Frontman Brian Sheerin of San Diego, California's MOWER, who just recently completed a tour supporting DIECAST, has checked in with the following recap of 2007:
"We had a great 2007. 'Road Rage' was one of Sirius Radio's top metal requests for four straight months and counting. We toured with (HED)P.E. and DIECAST, picked up new endorsements and sponsors and launched a whole new jazz/lounge alter ego, SLOWER.
"Now we're looking to find two guys with touring and recording experience that are going to appreciate that we're set up with a label, management, and booking agent, and will make the most of the opportunities we have to get music out to people."
Musicians that are interested can contact MOWER at firstname.lastname@example.org.
"In the past we've always looked around San Diego to find people to play music, but this time we're looking everywhere," says Sheerin. "Check out the videos and the songs and please contact us if you're interested. Most guys know if they're going to work out before they ever call. If you stand still on stage, show up late and can't afford to buy your own food, liquor, gas etc., this probably isn't for you."
"Professional gear is a must, and we want guys that are just as comfortable playing stuff like FRANK SINATRA or PINK FLOYD as they are MESHUGGAH, DEFTONES or SLAYER. For guys out of state we've been using video before any travel."
MOWER is currently writing material for the group's follow-up to its Suburban Noize-released sophomore effort, "Not For You". The album was produced by INVITRO guitarist Mikey Doling and saw the lead single "Road Rage" lit up request lines at Sirius Satellite Radio's Hard Attack. The song has been one of the most requested tracks for twelve consecutive weeks in a row alongside high-profile groups like DOWN, AS I LAY DYING, MACHINE HEAD, DEVILDRIVER and MEGADETH. The video for "Road Rage" was directed by Dale Resteghini (HATEBREED, SHADOWS FALL).
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