Biohazard Holding Open Call for New Singer To Replace Evan Seinfeld
Brooklyn, N.Y.-based hardcore outfit Biohazard have announced plans to hold open auditions for a new lead singer to replace founding member Evan Seinfeld, who left the band earlier this year.
If you're interested in auditioning, check out this statement from the band:
ATTENTION SINGERS!!! You think you got what it takes to be one of the voices for Biohazard? Send us your music, videos, links, etc., to firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll check you out. Experience is a must, as is the ability to commit 100% to the life of a full-time touring musician, as the band is booked solid for 2012 and 2013.
The departure of Seinfeld was announced in June via a statement from guitarist Bobby Hambel. “We have a long history together, but it’s time for a change,” Hambel said. “We wish Evan well.” While still in the band, Seinfeld had a five-year stint on HBO’s 'Oz' and even dabbled in making porn (much of it with his now-ex wife, Tera Patrick).
Biohazard finished recording an album with Seinfeld earlier this year. The disc, titled 'Reborn In Defiance,' is due out this September in Europe, with a U.S. release date yet to be announced. The band recently played a handful of shows with onetime member Scott Roberts filling in for Seinfeld, but now are looking for a permanent replacement. Do you think you've got what it takes?