August 31, 2009

THE WILDHEARTS frontman Ginger recently conducted an interview with original KISS guitarist Ace Frehley for "The Rock and Roll Geek Show" (which is hosted by former EXODUS bassist Michael Butler). You can now watch the chat below.

30-second audio samples of all the tracks that will appear on Frehley's new album, "Anomaly", are available for streaming on

In addition to the standard CD release, unique "Anomaly" packages will be made available at Wal-Mart and Best Buy locations. The Wal-Mart version includes an Ace autographed tattoo while the Best Buy edition is printed on silver stock, like the KISS "Double Platinum" album.

Due on September 15 via Ace's own Bronx Born Records, with Rocket Science providing a full label service platform in the U.S., "Anomaly" was produced and recorded in Westchester County, New York between 2007 and 2009 and was mixed in Los Angeles.

Frehley will perform at the Viper Room in West Hollywood, California on Saturday, September 12 during the Sunset Strip Music Festival.

Audio samples of all the songs that appear on THE WILDHEARTS' ninth studio album, "Chutzpah!", are available for streaming on the band's MySpace page.

"Chutzpah!" is scheduled for release today (August 31) via Backstage Alliance (distributed through Cargo).

Recorded in Denmark with producer Jacob Hansen (VOLBEAT, THE BRONX, THE STORM),"Chutzpah!" is described by lead singer Ginger as "unlike any [LP] that we've made so far." Bassist Scott Sorry added, "This album is not only my favorite WILDHEARTS record, but it's one of my favorite records to have ever been a part of."

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