Former TRIXTER Guitarist Releases STEREO FALLOUT Debut

STEREO FALLOUT, the band featuring guitarist Steve Brown (TRIXTER, 40 FT. RINGO) along with drummer Brian Gabriel (40 FT. RINGO, THE CHEESE) and bassist Patrick Sussman, has released its debut album, entitled "The Other Side". Available only through and iTunes this special digipack CD features 13 songs written by Steve and various hit songmakers like Xandy Barry (BACKSTREET BOYS, ASHLEY PARKER ANGEL, MILEY CIRUS) and Kevin Ridel (AM RADIO). The album was produced by Grammy Award-winning producer and engineer Skidd Mills (SALIVA, SISTER HAZEL, THIRD DAY, ZZ TOP, 12 STONES) and was recorded over a three-week period at 747 Studios in Memphis, Tennessee. Brian Malouf (LIT, EVERCLEAR, BON JOVI, QUEEN) was brought in to mix key tracks like "End of the Girl" and "Brand New Me", taking the project to another level.

Commented Skidd Mills: "Steve is a rare talent these days. Amazing songwriter, player, singer. These guys understand that a great song will take you farther than anything, and they worked hard to have an entire record filled with amazing songs. I am happy that i could be a part of it."

Brian Malouf says: "Steve Brown is a true guitar hero, who plays with restraint and taste. He's a rocker, and this album is full of great songs that make for a great listen and a great party.'

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