KYUSS Bassist Talks About METALLICA Audition; Video Available

PlayThisRiff.com has posted an interview and bass lesson with Scott Reeder of KYUSS. In this clip, which can be viewed below, Reeder shows you how to play the KYUSS song "Space Cadet", and he reveals what it was like to jam with metal giants METALLICA. (Reeder auditioned for the vacant bassist slot in METALLICA prior to the release of the "St. Anger" album.)

PlayThisRiff.com also features the following bass-lesson videos with Reeder:

* Space Cadet with TAB
* One Inch Man
* Whitewater
* Gardenia
* Barto ("Across The River" song covered by THE OBSESSED)
* Back to Zero ("Across The River" song covered by THE OBSESSED)
* Reeder's Picking style
* Reeder's Hammer On Exercise
* Reeder's Gear

PlayThisRiff.com is owned and operated by Bob Balch of FU MANCHU.

FU MANCHU will release its eleventh full-length album, "Signs of Infinite Power", on October 20, via Century Media Records.

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