Former ALICE IN CHAINS Guitarist Laying Down Tracks For New OZZY OSBOURNE Album
According to a posting on guitarist Jerry Cantrell's (ex-ALICE IN CHAINS) official web site, Jerry is currently in the studio working on a new OZZY OSBOURNE record that will be released with Ozzy's upcoming box set. It is a collection of classic tunes and Jerry is playing lead guitar on all songs. Also playing on the album is Chris Wyse, bassist for Cantrell's "jam" band CARDBOARD VAMPYRES.
Jerry is expected to go into the studio in the next few months to record the follow-up to his 2002 solo effort, "Degradation Trip". The as-yet-untitled CD is tentatively due in early 2005 through an as-yet-undetermined label.
CARDBOARD VAMPYRES, the new "covers" band featuring Cantrell, ex-THE CULT guitarist Billy Duffy and former MÖTLEY CRÜE frontman John Corabi, will be appearing at the Carlos and Charlie's at Lake Travis in Austin, TX on September 11.
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