LILLIAN AXE's DARRIN DELATTE To Audition for DISTURBED

LILLIAN AXE bassist Darrin DeLatte will be in Chicago Sunday (April 4) to audition as bass player for DISTURBED. The audition is an open forum to be held April 4 at 12:00 noon at Oasis One Sixty. "All you AXE fans in the Chicago area need to get your butts over to the club and scream your head off for Darrin!!" reads a post on LILLIAN AXE's web site. "He's been working his entire adult life for a chance like this, so go show him your love and support!! It would mean the world to him for his LILLIAN AXE family to be there with him."

As previously reported, DISTURBED's former bassist, Fuzz, was asked to leave in December because of personality conflicts. The group are currently working on the material for their third album, tentatively due in early 2005.

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