Melbourne's At What Cost Reforms
The original line up of Melbourne’s At What Cost reunited earlier this month and is preparing to rock again.
Established in 1999, the Grunge/Metal style they brought to the Australian rock scene saw them earn major appearances with acts like SUPERHIEST, FULL SCALE, DALLAS CRANE, THE CASSANOVAS, BLOODDUSTER and FRANKENBOK, also supporting Canadian punk rockers GOB when they toured Australia in 2003 with AVRIL LAVIGNE thanks to Frontier Touring Co.
"We are wrapped with the hype" said AWC frontman Daniel Spizzirri, "I’ve gotten heaps of sms’ and emails from people saying they wrapped to hear we are together again."
The band wants you to expect the groovey Godsmack/Alice In Chains sounds they had before, but now more refined and mature. "I really think this’ll be our best stuff yet," Spizzirri said in closing.
At What Cost is in the midst of revamping a few of thier old classics and writting new material and aims to be performing once again by November. New demos will be on the internet as soon as they are ready. In the meantime, you can check the band out on their MySpace page.
Source: Metal Obsession
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