Fuel, whose huge hit Hemorrhage (In My Hands) blasted them up the charts, split with their original singer last year, and songwriter Carl Bell says the bands search for a new singer included some really terrible tryouts.
Bell says, One guy came in and told us he squeezes a bloody sponge over his head when he sings our song Hemorrhage at karaoke bars. A lot of people dont have a suck meter.
Eventually the search led Bell to Toryn Green, who now handles the mic, and Bells grateful the search weeded out the weirdos.
Bell says, Its been great with Toryn. Nobody wants to get on the tour bus with someone you hate. It makes for a short tour or a really long one.
Fuels album, Angels and Devils, hits stores August 7th. For more music, check out fuelweb.com
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