DAMNOCRACY — the new band featuring Sebastian Bach (ex-SKID ROW; vocals), Evan Seinfeld (BIOHAZARD; bass), Scott Ian (ANTHRAX; guitar), Ted Nugent (guitar), and Jason Bonham (BONHAM, UFO, FOREIGNER; drums) — have posted rough demo versions of three songs on their MySpace profile. Check out the tracks "Take It Back", "UltrAlive" and "Edge of the World" at this location.The DAMNOCRACY bandmembers spent 12 days in Las Vegas shooting a new VH1 reality TV show, titled "SuperGroup". Filming for the program commenced on February 22, with the premise being to lock several musicians in a house for a couple of weeks and get them to write and record some new original music. In addition to the five musicians, star manager Doc McGhee (KISS) was in charge for the duration of filming/recording. The all-star band also performed a headlining set at the Empire Ballroom in Las Vegas on March 5. Commented Bach: "It is more than a little frustrating to watch the show and see little to no footage of the band actually playing music. When I say on the show, 'Well, we jammed for 6 or 7 hours today,' but they show none of it, it drives me nuts! The whole infamous 'fight scene' with Evan and myself actually occurred after dinner, late at night, and by the time we got into the mayhem it was 2 or 3 in the morning. When you have a full jam room in the house, it is fun to get loose have a few drinks and jam. But all that occured after a full day of playing music stone cold sober... which is not on the show! So here are three demos that I did on my laptop... extremely low quality and zero production. If we ever cut these tunes, they would probably sound nothing like these demos... but I figured that if they can show me completely rotted out of my skull on the show, I can share with you these crude but rocking demos that we did while in Vegas. These songs are not done at all. I don't know if they ever will be. I am not a producer or an engineer. Hopefully we can cut these songs for real someday!" "SuperGroup" airs Sunday nights on VH1.
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