Former BULLETBOYS drummer Jimmy D'Anda has teamed up with DRUG UNDER singer Romero in a brand new project. The two have been recording new material at Jimmy's studio in Los Angeles, California. The band's first single, entitled "The Sparrow", is available for streaming at D'Anda's MySpace page.BULLETBOYS recently released its first-ever live album, entitled "Behind the Orange Curtain", via Crash Music Classics (the new imprint of Crash Music, Inc.). The CD was recorded live at the Galaxy Theatre in Santa Ana, California by Ryan Haffer. The song "Hard as a Rock" can be heard at this location. Crash Music Classics was launched to give a home to former legendary rock and metal artists of the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s.
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