FOZZY, the band featuring vocalist Chris Jericho (of WWE wrestling fame) and members of STUCK MOJO, have lined up the following U.K. dates in February:
Feb. 10 - Rock City - Nottingham, UK
Feb. 11 - Mean Fiddler - London, UK (+ free entry into Rock) (clubnight)
Feb. 12 – Bierkeller - Manchester, UK (*Matinée show*)
As previously reported, a two-minute, 40-second audio sample of a new FOZZY track, entitled "Nameless Faceless", has been posted online at FozzyRock.com (mp3, 3.1 MB).
"Nameless Faceless" is the opening track on the group's third album, "All That Remains", due in Europe on January 18, 2005 via SPV Records. A video for the album's first single, "Enemy" (mp3 sample), was filmed in San Diego, CA last month with director/British filmmaker Paul Hough.
"All That Remains" was produced by Rick Beato (SHINEDOWN, CHARLIE MARS, INGRAM HILL) and features guest performances by guitar legends Zakk Wylde (OZZY OSBOURNE, BLACK LABEL SOCIETY), Marty Friedman (ex-MEGADETH), and Mark Tremonti (CREED, ALTER BRIDGE). Gold-record-selling rap artist BONE CRUSHER also makes a special guest appearance on the record.
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