RIKETS Mixing New Album

June 18, 2007

Ohio's RIKETS has begun mixing its new album, "All American Death Cult", with Ben Schigel (CHIMAIRA, WALLS OF JERICHO). The CD was produced by Eric Delegard (UNLOCO, EDGEWATER) and RIKETS in Denton, TX at Reel Time Audio.

"All American Death Cult" includes a remake of the song "Cry Little Sister", the theme song from the '80s cult classic movie "The Lost Boys", featuring guest vocals by the original creator Gerard McMann.

RIKETS plans to begin shopping for new management and a label for a fall release.

A new rough mix of the song "House of Lies" has been added to the band's MySpace page.

In other news, RIKETS has announced the first dates for its summer tour, also featuring STEMM, SIXSTITCH, LEFT 4 DEAD, DEADSTAR ASSEMBLY, STRAIGHT LINE STITCH and more.

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