Former W.A.S.P. and current ANIMAL guitarist Randy Piper will take part in an in-store signing session at Bengans in Stockholm, Sweden on May 25 beginning at 5:00 p.m.
As previously reported, ANIMAL will tour Europe starting May 25 in Stockholm. The band will do approximately 15 shows and will visit Norway, Finland, Sweden, Germany and other places. ANIMAL has also announced plans to hit the studio to record a new album. Eight songs have been written and more are on the way. The CD will feature the band's current touring lineup:
Randy Piper - guitar
Chris Laney - guitar
Rich Lewis - vocals
Grizzly - bass
J. Koleberg - drums
Joachim Bloohm will also contribute with his drumming on this disc.
Songtitles set to appear on the new album include "Who Is Next?", "Lust" and "Livin' on the Edge". Chris Laney will produce the CD. The band will also record some shows for an upcoming DVD release.
ANIMAL's last album, "Violent New Breed", was released in Germany in August 2006 via Soulfood. The CD was recently issued in the U.K. via Cargo Records, and in Sweden and Finland via Sound Pollution.
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