Former PITCHSHIFTER Singer To Remix PIGFACE Track

May 4, 2003

Former PITCHSHIFTER and current DOHENY singer J.S. Clayden has been commissioned to do a remix of the PIGFACE track "Insect/Suspect" from the group's latest CD, "Easy Listening". The song reportedly includes appearances by Seibold (HATE DEPT.),Chris Connelly (REVOLTING COCKS, MINISTRY),and Fallon Bowman (ex-KITTIE),among others.

Says J.S.: "It's always fun to do remixes. You get to mangle someone else's sound and create your own feel to it. The PIGFACE song has a strong groove to it and I'm having a lot of fun in the remix."

DOHENY, the new group featuring Clayden and ex-THE CULT touring bassist Billy Morrison (on guitar),are currently working on demos with a view toward recording their debut album later in the year.

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