SLAVES ON DOPE To Begin Pre-Production For Sophomore CD

March 12, 2002

SLAVES ON DOPE are due to begin pre-production in the near future on their second album for an as-yet-undisclosed label with producers Jason Slater (i.e. SNAKE RIVER CONSPIRACY, EARSHOT) and Troy Van Leeuwen (i.e. A PERFECT CIRCLE, ENEMY). In other news, SLAVES ON DOPE frontman Jason Rockman was involved in a freak car accident this past weekend while visiting his native Montreal, Quebec. According to Rockman, I'm just lucky to be alive, the paramedics said not many people walk away from such accidents. It's these kind of events that make you realize how important everybody in your life is and how significant it is to live every day to its fullest.

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