BRIDES OF DESTRUCTION drummer Scot Coogan will be joining former MR. BIG/current RACER X guitarist Paul Gilbert on his solo tour of Japan later this month.

Confirmed dates are as follows:

Jun. 16 - Yokohama, JAP - Landmark Hall
Jun. 17 - Hiroshima, JAP - Club Quattro
Jun. 18 - Osaka, JAP - On Air Osaka
Jun. 19 - Nagoya, JAP -Club Quattro
Jun. 21 - Tokyo, JAP - Akasaka Blitz

The complete lineup for Gilbert's current touring band is as follows:

Paul Gilbert: lead vocals/guitar
Linus of Hollywood: bass/vocals
T.J. Helmerich: guitar/vocals
Scot Coogan: drums/vocals
Kate Gilbert: vocals
Heather Dotson: vocals

Says Paul: "I actually did some 6 part harmonies on my recent 'Gilbert Hotel' CD and I wanted to be able to get the same huge vocal sound LIVE! So get ready for a wall of vocals and off course high-energy rock with lots and lots and lots of guitar."


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