Biohazard Holding Open Auditions to Find Replacement for Evan Seinfeld
Gino DePinto for AOL Music
If you have rock star aspirations and think you can be "down for life" and fill former bassist/singer Evan Seinfeld's roomy drawers in Biohazard, then you are in luck. The long-running Brooklyn band has revealed that it is holding open auditions to find Seinfeld's replacement.
The band released the following statement to our friends across the pond in Metal Hammer, detailing the stipulations and criteria: "ATTENTION SINGERS!!! You think you got what it takes to be one of the voices for Biohazard? Send us your music, videos, links, etc to email@example.com and we'll check you out. Experience is a must, as is the ability to commit 100% to the life of a full-time touring musician, as the band is booked solid for 2012 and 2013."
Whoever takes over for Seinfeld will be stepping into a sweet situation. With a full routing of tour commitments for the next two years and possibly beyond, the band has also already recorded 'Reborn in Defiance,' which is due out in Europe in September. The domestic release is TBA.
Start getting your s--- together for the Biohazard boys! Noisecreep is going to venture a guess that the band isn't going to accept applications from wannabe porn stars. Anyone familiar with Biohazard knows that Seinfeld was straddling the line between the rock star and porn star lifestyles.