Dropbox formed in 2002 after Godsmack mastermind Sully Erna introduced vocalist John Kosco to ex-Godsmack guitarist Lee Richards. The two hit it off, and were soon working on new material with guitarist Joe Wilkinson and bassist Jim Preziosa. Next, Erna tapped the band as the initial signees to Realign, his vanity imprint through Universal, and put them in the studio with helming veteran Dave Jerden. The result was Dropbox, which appeared in April 2004. It featured a sound influenced heavily by hard rock and vintage grunge. Though Erna had handled drumming for the majority of the record, skins man Bob Jenkins joined Dropbox in time for a round of spring and summer tour dates supporting, of all people, Godsmack. ~ Johnny LoftusPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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