#1
We are a rhythm guitarist and a drummer in Charlotte, NC. We are looking for a bassist, and a singer

I (the rhythm guitarist) am 15, turning 16 in october, and the drummer is 14.

We've both been playing for around three years, and are pretty good.

We've got one song mostly written (have both guitar parts written except for a solo, and have drums), and we're in the process of writing another.

Artists we like include Avenged Sevenfold, 10 Years, Three Days Grace, Killswitch Engage, Breaking Benjamin, Godsmack, Bullet for my Valentine, Stone Sour, Disturbed

Comment/pm if interested.
Thanks!
Last edited by thewalrus176 at Jul 3, 2011,
#2
You do vocals, my friend has a band with just him and a drummer and they're good, he's one hell of an axeman. If I move near him I'll be in it too

Edit: He can't sing very good either so don't give me that "I can't sing" sh*t"
"[Bleach] is mostly water, and we are mostly water, therefore we are bleach"

I feel we should go to...

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Last edited by soulsablaze at Jul 1, 2011,
#3
Haha, I might if we become really desperate, but I'd prefer to keep looking for people before resorting to that.
#4
Damn. If I was wherever Charlotte, NC is, I'd get my friend to join with me, seeing as we're both 15, and seeing as I play bass and he loves playing lead and is a good singer.
#5
Ah, yeah that sucks dude. Would be very helpful.
Last edited by thewalrus176 at Jul 2, 2011,
#7
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