The reunited SLAVES ON DOPE will make its live debut on February 5 at Cafe Chaos in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Also scheduled to appear are THE CATALYST and WARCALL.
The SLAVES ON DOPE performance will be streamed live at WebAMP Solutions.
A short video clip of a recent SLAVES ON DOPE rehearsal can be viewed below.
SLAVES ON DOPE has set "Over The Influence" as the title of its new album, tentatively due later this year. The CD will feature a guest appearance by THE AGONIST vocalist Alissa White-Gluz. Handling the drum duties on the album will be THE AGONIST's Simon McKay.
SLAVES ON DOPE vocalist Jason Rockman and guitarist Kevin Jardine last year reformed the group and are encouraging "old fans and possible new ones" to join them at their Facebook page.
SLAVES ON DOPE's "Inches from the Mainline" album was released through Ozzy Osbourne's now-defunct Divine Recordings label. After Divine Recordings lost its distribution deal with EMI's Priority Records, the band was left without a label. After a long search, a deal was struck with Bieler Bros. Records. SLAVES ON DOPE's second major album, "Metafour", was released in 2003.
In March 2004, SLAVES ON DOPE announced it was going on hiatus due to Jason Rockman leaving the band.