DEATH AND TAXES Putting Finishing Touches On Debut CD
Los Angeles rockers DEATH AND TAXES, who feature in their ranks Jay Link on lead vocals, Michael Cutting of HOLY SOLDIER fame on guitars, Dave Starkey on bass, and Paul Monroe of XYZ fame on drums, are finishing up the last seven tracks for their debut album, "Inevitable". The CD is expected to be released in late July 2005 via the band's own Dead Moose label. Click here for an MP3 demo sample of "Trust".
The album will be mastered by Grammy winner Brian (Big Bass) Gardner from Bernie Grundman Studios in Hollywood.
Commented Jay Link: "This CD is quite a mix of genres, everything from alt rock, to metal, classic influences and beyond , with our own little twist. We are even doing a cover of the old IDES OF MARCH hit 'Vehicle', written by Jim Peterik. We drive it a lot harder and dirty it up a bit, but we try to stay true to its original form."
"Inevitable" track listing:
02. Hand Down
05. Get Out
06. I Can't Save you
08. The Mask
10. Shuffle off to Buffalo
For more information, visit www.death-and-taxes.net.
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