Ex-DIO Guitarist, LYNCH MOB Vocalist To Issue Much-Pirated VIOLET'S DEMISE Album

Former LYNCH MOB frontman Oni Logan and ex-DIO guitarist Rowan Robertson will issue a newly-remastered version of the previously-unreleased debut album from the pair's ill-fated VIOLET'S DEMISE project along with two or three additional cuts that are not included on the widely-pirated CD. However, the album will no longer be released under the VIOLET'S DEMISE moniker and will be packaged instead as LOGAN/ROBERTSON REVISITED. In other news, Oni Logan's new web site will be selling a LOGAN/ROBERTSON EP that will feature three brand new songs, which are completely separate from the full-length LOGAN/ROBERTSON REVISITED disc. Oni and Rowan are due to return to the studio on June 19th to continue writing material for their ongoing collaborative effort.


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