DNA Artist of the Month

Shane DuBose

Shane DuBose

Shane DuBose

Shane DuBose is currently the bassist for international recording artists Masqued and local tribute Judgement Day and has shared the stage with such legends as Tesla, Ronnie James Dio and Yngwie Malmsteen. Shane has been around the metal scene since the early 90’s as the bottom end for recording artist ZLotZ, which produced three albums, as well as an original member of the band Mindcrime. As the new millennium dawned, Shane would go on to play with such world renowned musicians as Rusty Cooley in the band Outworld, Lance King in the band Krucible and Joel Gregoire in the band Stride. He has also played such festivals as Rocklahoma and continues to be a mainstay contributor at the annual ProgPowerUSA festival.

Current Shane and Masqued News

Shane will be bass teching the annual ProgPower USA festival in Atlanta (Sept. 5th – 8th) and repping DNA with his rig as part of the main backline.

Masqued is picking up steam as every review has been stellar. The band is headed to their first European festival FEMME Fest in October with a tour scheduled around the fest… Belgium, Germany, Northern France, and Athens.

Masqued Live

Shane DuBose

20th Century Media has picked up the entire Z-lot-Z anthology and is re-mastering for a release with a bonus track. Very possibly followed by an album. There will be reunion shows booked around the time of the release TBA.

Masqued is currently planning European shows, writing, and in preproduction for their highly anticipated 2nd album.

“This rig is absolutely amazing!!!! I never thought I would be able to get the tone I wanted again without my Sansamp, but that thing is just a stompbox now!!!!! I’ve played my first gig with the DNA-1350 and pair of DNS410 cabs, and have several shows coming up, so now that I’ve had time to tweak it to my tastes, there is no going back!!!! It does everything! The sound and tone is HUGE, and the sustain is incredible. With the built-in tweeter control (on the front of the cabs), you can go from Steve Harris to Geezer tones in a split second not to mention the quality of the compressor. Simply the best rig I’ve had the pleasure of playing through and I’m truly honored to be a part of the DNA team!!!!!”

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