WARRIOR SOUL: Early Albums To Be Re-Released On Limited-Edition White Vinyl

January 21, 2011

White-vinyl versions of the WARRIOR SOUL albums "Last Decade Dead Century" (1990),"Drugs, God And The New Republic" (1991) and "Salutations From The Ghetto Nation" (1992) will be released on January 24 via Livewire/Cargo. The albums are limited to 500 copies each.

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WARRIOR SOUL is scheduled to enter the studio this month to begin recording its new album. No further details are currently available.

WARRIOR SOUL's first album in 15 years, "Destroy The War Machine", was released in March 2010 through FRW Records. The eight-song album, which was originally made available in 2008 under the title "Chinese Democracy", includes a cover of IGGY POP's "Knocking 'Em Down (In The City)".

WARRIOR SOUL bassist Janne Jarvis previously stated about "Destroy The War Machine": "[This album] has everything a WARRIOR SOUL fan should expect from a WARRIOR SOUL record. It has an ear for an argument, puke on its shoes and remains untouched by trends or the long-arm of the corporations."

WARRIOR SOUL's current lineup is as follows:

Kory Clarke - Vocals
Rille Lundell - Guitar
Johnny H - Guitar
Janne Jarvis - Bass
Freddie Cocker Kvarnebrink - Drums

WARRIOR SOUL's "Bad News (Rock 'n' Roll Boyfriend)" video can be viewed below. The clip was directed by Adam Dubin, who previously worked with the band on the "Downtown" and "The Wasteland" videos.

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