AMERICAN HEAD CHARGE noise unit operator Aaron Zilch has confirmed via a posting on the group's official message board at that the group have acquired ex-BLACK FLOOD DIESEL guitarist Bryan Ottoson to replace the recently departed Wayne Kile. According to Zilch, [Bryan] is an awesome guitarist, an intense live force, and a strong songwriter. He has been playing out in bands for over 4 yrs when he was a part of A:POD with yours truly. [Keyboardist] Justin [Fouler] has known him even longer than that. He is one of my best friends and is good friends w/ everyone in the band (he was [bassist] Chad [Hanks'] bass tech for over a year and lived in the infamous Pleasant house). He is a part of our family in body and mind and his presence will be an undeniable contribution in taking HEAD CHARGE to the Next Level. To sum up: [Bryan] rules.

It is not yet clear if Minneapolis, Minnesota-based BLACK FLOOD DIESEL will carry on as a group following Bryan's departure of if they will call it a day. To check out the group's material, go to the band's official web site at this location.


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