DEATH & TAXES, the Los Angeles-based hard rock quartet featuring former members of HOLY SOLDIER and XYZ, will be in the studio starting in late March through early April finishing up their debut CD, titled "Waste of a Perfectly Good CD". Additional recording and the mixdown will take place at Bearsville Studios in Woodstock, New York. Grammy-nominated engineer Eric Fahlborg will co-producing the album with the band. An early May release through indie label Dead Moose Records is expected.
"Waste of a Perfectly Good CD" track listing:
02. Hand Down
06. Doggie Downer Day
07. The Mask
09. I Can't Save You
10. Get Out of My Way
12. Shuffle off to Buffalo
DEATH & TAXES' musical style is being described as "a blend of straight ahead old school rock, reminiscent of rock's glorious past, brought up to speed with a definite twist."
The nucleus of DEATH & TAXES consists of Jay Link on lead vocals, Michael Cutting of HOLY SOLDIER fame on guitars, David Starkey on bass, and Paul Monroe of XYZ fame on the drums.
For more information, including a free download of the band's four-song EP, visit their official web site at www.death-and-taxes.net.
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