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Evan Seinfeld Discusses Leaving Biohazard in New Attika 7 Video

Evan Seinfeld
Attika 7

Attika 7 is a new metal band consisting of former Biohazard singer-bassist Evan Seinfeld along with Tony Campos (SoulflyMinistryStatic-X), famed motorcycle builder Rusty Coones and Dustin Schoenhofer (Walls of Jericho, Bury Your Dead). We’ve been steadily releasing teasers from the band, and now we bring you the third installment.

Seinfeld starts out the video by explaining why he had the desire to leave Biohazard and begin a new project. “I had a band called Biohazard that I founded, put out 10 albums with and toured the world. I was ready to do something new, something different,” says Seinfeld. “I had just done my final album with Biohazard and it wasn’t getting me high anymore. I needed a new drug. I found myself at a crossroad of looking for something spiritually and for something to make me hungry again.”

Seinfeld also comments on his connection with Attika 7 guitarist Rusty Coones. “Rusty and I have so much in common, both being bikers and living, kind of, biker lifestyles.”

Coones elaborates in the depth of his motorcycle expertise. “I was into bikes since I was 19 — in and out of business with motorcycles. I ended up with Illusion … we build anything from stock motorcycles, choppers, bobbers, trikes, tandem axle… I mean you name it. All that s–.”

Check out the exclusive premiere of the third Attika 7 teaser. Also, watch the first and second teasers exclusively on Loudwire.

Watch the Third Attika 7 Teaser

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