W.A.S.P.'s BLACKIE LAWLESS: "We Won't Tour Very Long For New Album"

W.A.S.P.'s tour in support of their recently-released CD, Dying for the World, will be brief, in order to make time for another album the band are working on. "We're going to tour this record, and I'm not trying to downplay it, but I know we're not going to be out for very long," W.A.S.P. mainman Blackie Lawless told Electricbasement.com. "We're gonna be out maybe seven to eight weeks and that's it because we're going to be working on another record that's a concept like The Crimson Idol. So that's really where my head's at right now. I wanna go back and finish that. It's going to be a double record set probably."


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