STRAPPING YOUNG LAD Music To Be Used In 'Osbournes' Ad Campaign

December 23, 2004

The STRAPPING YOUNG LAD song "Bring On The Young" will be used in a two-week ad campaign for the next season of "The Osbournes". The ads will start running on January 3, 2005 on MTV and MTV2. The spot will feature STRAPPING YOUNG LAD mainman Devin Townsend conducting a children's choir, who will sing "Bring on the Young".

As previously reported, STRAPPING YOUNG LAD are scheduled to release their highly anticipated new album, "Alien", on March 22 via Century Media Records. The follow-up to the group's critically acclaimed 2003 release "SYL" was recorded at the Armoury and Greenhouse Studios (both in Vancouver) as well as in mainman Devin Townsend's studio in Maple Ridge (a suburb of Vancouver). A major U.S. tour is currently in the works for the spring; details will be announced soon.

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