Anger As Art Recruits Bassist Eric Bryan Ahead Of US Tour Dates
Eric Bryan, known for his bass and vocal work with California's Necroscope and Abstract Prayer - and perhaps more famously as the 'metal fan/bass player with the cool posters and figurines' in the Sam Dunn documentary film "Metal: A Headbanger's Journey," has joined the ranks of Anger As Art in time for the band's US tour dates through 2013 and 2014.
Says founding member Steve Gaines: "We have known Eric since Anger As Art supported Overkill back in 2005. He gave a very in depth critique of our debut album, one that let me know he listened closely. We did radio and print interviews with him... I joined his band onstage...only later did I realize he was the same guy from the movie. Just a good guy, and an old soul. When we found our bassist position open, he came in and nailed it."
Eric's first show with AAA took place on August 9 in Los Angeles, CA. Video footage from that night can be seen below. Check out the bassist's appearance in "Metal: A Headbanger's Journey" here. Anger As Art released its fourth full-length, "Hubris Inc.," in February of this year on Old School Metal Records.
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