GLENN DANZIG In Talks To Contribute Song To 'The Hangover 2' Soundtrack

November 3, 2010

Director Todd Phillips revealed to ARTISTdirect in a brand new interview that he is in talks with Glenn Danzig about the one-time MISFITS frontman contributing a brand new song to the soundtrack of the upcoming comedy sequel "The Hangover 2".

"The Hangover 2" is scheduled to arrive May 26, 2011. The film will feature much of the cast from the first movie, including Ed Helms, Bradley Cooper, Zack Galifiankis and Justin Bartha. However, Phillips couldn't find room for Heather Graham, who married Helms' character, Stu, in the original.

On November 9, DANZIG will release a limited-edition 12-inch vinyl version of the band's latest album, "Deth Red Sabaoth", with a color lyric sleeve. It will be limited to 2,000 copies on black vinyl and 1,000 copies on red vinyl. Iit is available for pre-order at The Omega Order.

The first new DANZIG studio album in six years, "Deth Red Sabaoth", sold 11,700 copies in the United States in its first week of release to land at position No. 35 on The Billboard 200 chart.

"Deth Red Sabaoth" was released on June 22 via Evilive/The End Records. Produced by Glenn, the CD was recorded in Los Angeles over the course of 2009.

Joining vocalist Glenn Danzig in the studio for the recording of "Deth Red Sabaoth" were guitarist Tommy Victor (PRONG, MINISTRY),a Danzig cohort on and off since 1996, and drummer Johnny Kelly (TYPE O NEGATIVE, SEVENTH VOID). While Kelly has toured with Glenn intermittently since 2002, this is the first time he has recorded with the band. Glenn handled the bass chores for most the album, and played drums on "Black Candy".

DANZIGDanzig, guitarist Tommy Victor, drummer Johnny Kelly and bassist Steve Zing (also an original member of SAMHAIN with Glenn) — is headlining the 2010 edition of the "Blackest Of The Black" tour in October.

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