JACKYL Complete New Album, Seek Label Home

July 15, 2002

JACKYL have completed work on their brand new studio album and are currently seeking a new label home following their split with Geffen Records.

The complete track listing for the as-yet-untitled effort is as follows:

01. If You Want It Heavy (I Weigh A Ton)
02. I'm On Fire
03. Kill The Sunshine (co-written by AC/DC's Brian Johnson)
04. Lend Me A Hand
05. Mr. Evil
06. Vegas Smile
07. Heaven Don't Want Me (And Hell's Afraid I'll Take Over)
08. Down This Road
09. Billy Badass
10. Sparks From Candy
11. I Put A Curse On You
12. The Overflow Of Love
13. When You Hate It (It Makes Me Love It More)

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