December 11, 2008

THE INFINITE STAIRCASE, the Staten Island, New York-based rock/metal band featuring Sebastian Bach's son Paris Bierk on drums, has been added to the "The Black Label Bash" tour featuring headliners BLACK LABEL SOCIETY alongside SEVENDUST and DOPE. The trek will kick off on March 22 in St. Paul, Minnesota.

Brothers Lenny and Jeff Cerzosie formed the basis for what would ultimately become THE INFINITE STAIRCASE around 2001-2002. Now joined by fellow musicians Paris Bierk (SEVERED HAND) on drums and Jared Hreha on bass, the band is working harder than ever to bring its dreams to reality and its music to the masses.

In the past few years alone, the group has independently managed to get featured on Fuse TV, perform on former "Saturday Night Live" comedian Jim Breuer's Sirius Satellite Radio show, get featured in the March 2008 issue of Metal Edge magazine (with a song being used on that issue's CD sampler) as well as open for the likes of CANDLEBOX, Jonathan Davis of KORN, HELLYEAH, SEVENDUST, ALTER BRIDGE, OTEP, BLOODSIMPLE, W.A.S.P., L.A. GUNS, WHITE LION, LILLIAN AXE, Eddie Ojeda of TWISTED SISTER, and many more.

THE INFINITE STAIRCASE plans to release its debut album, tentatively titled "The Road Less Taken", in early 2009 and has already landed guest appearances by former POISON band member and guitar virtuoso Blues Saraceno as well as the legendary guitarist Earl Slick (currently of the DAVID BOWIE band and SLINKY VAGABOND).

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