ATTIKA 7's RUSTY COONES Joins 'Sons Of Anarchy' Season 5 Cast

ATTIKA 7 guitarist Rusty Coones will play nomad charter president Quinn on the upcoming season of FX's "Sons Of Anarchy" The wildly successful show is now on its fifth season. Rusty is not new to television, having appeared on the Discovery Channel's bike club series, "The Devil's Ride", this past spring.

Season 5 of "Sons Of Anarchy" premieres on Tuesday, September 11 at 10/9c.

Rusty commented, "I am very honored and, of course, very excited to be chosen for a character role in this season's 'Sons Of Anarchy', especially with my long-running relationship with the show. Things just get better with this, and, of course, the ATTIKA 7 album and upcoming tour, long may it continue!!"

ATTIKA 7/ex-BIOHAZARD singer Evan Seinfeld is also headed to the TV screen this weekend with an appearance on this Saturday's "That Metal Show" on VH1 Classic. The show airs at 11 p.m. on September 1 in all time zones. Evan will discussing the top five screams of all time and, of course, ATTIKA 7. Also appearing on this episode will be AEROSMITH.

ATTIKA 7 will take part in several Rockstar Energy Drink Uproar Festival western U.S. dates of later this month. The band will join the trek on September 19 in Salt Lake City, Utah and stay on through September 30 in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

In addition to Seinfeld, and Coones, ATTIKA 7 features guitarist Zach Broderick (formerly with NONPOINT), drummer Tommy Holt (ex-UPO) and former KYUSS bassist Scott Reeder

ATTIKA 7's debut album, "Blood Of My Enemies", was released on July 31 via Rocket Science Ventures/THC:MUSIC in North America and Membran/Ninetone in Europe. The CD was recorded with producer Mudrock (AVENGED SEVENFOLD, GODSMACK).

The bass and drum tracks on "Blood Of My Enemies" were laid down by Tony Campos (SOULFLY, POSSESSED, STATIC-X, ASESINO, MINISTRY) and Devin Lebsack, respectively, but due to scheduling conflicts they were not able to make the required commitment to ATTIKA 7.


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