Ex-SUM 41 Guitarist's New Metal Band BROWN BRIGADE Working On Debut Album

January 27, 2007

BROWN BRIGADE, the new hard rock/metal band featuring ex-SUM 41 guitarist Dave "Brownsound" Baksh and his cousin Vaughn Lal (bass),has issued the following update:

"We've had a lot of people asking us, 'What have you guys been up to? What are you doing now? When are you gonna put out more than three freakin' songs that I gotta order a t-shirt to get?'

"Well, if you want more BROWN BRIGADE, it's coming! Since the tour we've been practicing for the studio and as of about two weeks ago we entered Bluesound to start work on our first full-length. It's been great so far and only seems to get more 'funner' every day!

"What can I tell you about the album? Will it sound better than [the debut BROWN BRIGADE three-song CD] 'Appetizer for Destruction'? Totally. 'Appetizer' was recorded in a cement basement — very lo-fi — which is how we wanted it. Will it be heavy? We're into playing around with a lot of styles, but this album will be basically a hard rock/metal album (with a few curveballs). Who's singing? Dave for the most part. Our MC will appear on a couple of tracks as well. When will it be out? Don't want to say for sure until we know; let's just say we're itching to get back out on tour to support the album. We won't hold onto it for 10 years and call it 'Guyanese Democracy'."

BROWN BRIGADE last fall inked a deal with Aquarius Records. The group's recent touring lineup included Craig "The Craigulator" Pattison (guitar),Johnny "No-Triggers" Owens (drums),Ienni-Mon (back-up percussion) and Cess Rock (vocals). The band completed a Canadian tour in October with PENNYWISE and CIRCLE JERKS.

For more information, visit www.myspace.com/brownbrigade.

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