LO*PRO: Another New Song Posted Online

LO*PRO, the project featuring former ULTRASPANK members Pete Murray (vocals) and Neil Godfrey (guitar), along with ex-GODSMACK drummer Tommy Stewart and former SNOT/AMEN bassist Jon "Tumor" Fahnestock, have just added a new demo track, entitled "Blame Me", to their MySpace page at this location. The band have returned from a two-year hiatus after writing and recording 26 songs for their sophomore release.

LO*PRO are currently seeking "the right label home" for the follow-up to their self-titled debut, which came out in August 2003 through STAIND frontman Aaron Lewis' Geffen/Interscope imprint label, 413 Records. "Lo*Pro" was recorded with producer Don Gilmore (LINKIN PARK, TRUST COMPANY) and mixed by Chris Lord-Alge.


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