Former RATT Singer Joined By Ex-QUIET RIOT Bassist, BRIDES OF DESTRUCTION Drummer

Former RATT frontman Stephen Pearcy will be joined by bassist Chuck Wright (QUIET RIOT) and drummer Scott Coogan (BRIDES OF DESTRUCTION) for his upcoming "Metal In America" tour with BANG TANGO and PRETTY BOY FLOYD (beginning in early February). "We've rehearsed twice so far and what's coming at you is a heavier, meaner machine," Pearcy writes in a statement. "It kinda just happened — I needed a rhythm section for 'Metal In America'. What I got is as heavy as it gets. We're more than ready to Ratt n' Roll, maybe throw in some VICIOUS DELITE, ARCADE this time around. Let the games begin!"

As previously reported, Perris Records has set a March 7 European release date for the solo album from Stephen Pearcy, entitled "Fueler". This CD will contain four brand new studio bonus tracks not found on the U.S. version of the album: "Novocain", "Red Licorice", "Wide Open" and "Under World".

Pearcy will embark on a solo tour of Europe this spring to support the release.


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