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1 Male and 1 Female member needed from Massachusetts (Guitarist or bassist for each gender depending on what you play)

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We are a Emo Rock Drummer and Lead Vocals band. Looking for 1 male and 1 female member In the Bristol County, Massachusetts or Rhode Island Area. Age Preference is 18 years old to 20 years old. We have a FB Page, and an Instagram account. The band started on june 12th, 2019. With inspirations such as Black Veil Brides, we haven't written any songs yet, and we need to sing the same things black veil brides sing about

If interested, Please Contact me VIA PM.

Thank you,

Noah "Colleen Dahmer" Boyd

FACEBOOK: Noah Boyd

Instagram: @fullblownemohead or @colleendahmer_thedevilsinz

 

 

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For starters you and I share something in common, and I do not share well, so please make sure we never meet in person. Secondly, you need to watch you step mister, your request is unreasonable. If your shooting a porn flick or something like that, I just hope you have a real coherent understanding of concent because you will find it gets pretty real pretty fast.

Disregard the above comments, I'm just sore because I exceed you age limit buy 2 and 1/2 times. It sucks to get old, you will understand in time.

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I can see caring about age to the extent of wanting to work with adults. Other than that, taking age or gender into consideration is goofy as far as it has no bearing on an individual's talent. In fact, these requirements don't seem much different to me than insisting on only working with people of a certain race.

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