3 FACED, the new band featuring former UNION UNDERGROUND guitarist Patrick Kennison and TOMMY LEE/ex-KILGORE bassist Marty O'Brien, will be filming a music-video for the song "13 Steps" next weekend. The song is available for free download at 3-Faced.com (3.9 MB).The band, whose lineup is rounded out by Chase Jentz (vocals, guitar), Jade Russell (vocals, guitar) and Duncan Black (drums), aim to "change the perception of what a hard rock band should be by combining aggressive mainstream music with male/female vocals," according to a press release. 3 FACED's next live appearance will take place this Wednesday, October 20 at The Whisky A Go Go on Sunset Blvd in Hollywood. The group are scheduled to go on at 11:30 p.m. The concert will be broacasted live on the Internet. To watch the show, go to www.musicticketlive.com and sign up. There is a $9.95 fee to watch it.
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