QUIET RIOT Frontman: New Album Will Represent 'Big Musical Departure'

Glam-Metal.com has posted the following message from QUIET RIOT frontman Kevin DuBrow:

"The Rock Never Stops tour was a great success. Thanks to all the fans that attended. CINDERELLA could not have treated us better. They were just awesome! Our old dear friends FIREHOUSE were terrific as well. I look forward to working with both bands in the future.

"We should start the next QUIET RIOT album sometime next month although no studio time has been booked yet. It should be a big musical departure if the demos are any indication. Our friend Glenn Hughes [DEEP PURPLE, BLACK SABBATH] is coming up to Vegas next week to work on a few more songs for the next album and I’m really looking forward to that. Glenn is the greatest living singer on the planet and we will benefit greatly from his participation."

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