HYDROGYN Singer To Endorse 'Hot Metal/Gothic' Clothing From BACKSTAGE

June 1, 2007

HYDROGYN singer Julie Westlake (MySpace) has inked an endorsement with Backstage Clothing from France. With the hot metal/gothic look of Backstage Clothing and Jewelry, Julie looks forward to performing in this new wardrobe. The hot new look will ignite the explosive chemistry of the recent addition of the hot guitar riffs of Craig Goldy (DIO) and founding member Jeff Westlake.

Backstage carries many fine lines of products and can be found at Backstage.fr.

HYDROGYN is currently in songwriting mode and in rehearsals for the upcoming recording of its third, as-yet-untitled CD. According to Jeff Westlake, "The writing process is going great with an incredible new energized vibe to the music. We have four songs fully recorded and completed and will be heading back into the studio in Nashville with legendary producer Michael Wagener (METALLICA, OZZY OSBOURNE, SKID ROW) during August 2007 to record a fifth song. We will then be back in the studio in October 2007, to finish recording the rest of the songs on what will be the band's new monster CD."

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