New Orleans, Louisiana-based ROCK CITY MORGUE, the band featuring former WHITE ZOMBIE bassist Sean Yseult, ex-MAN SCOUTS OF AMERICA frontman Rik Slave, and ex-THE B MOVIE RATS drummer Andy Baker, have posted the following message on their official web site:

"The MORGUE has just finished recording 4 new songs with J Yuenger (WHITE ZOMBIE) producing and engineering. We will be releasing a 7-inch featuring 'Disconnected' and 'Don't Leave Me Haunted'. We will also release these songs on a maxi single CD with a bonus song 'Trouble'. The forth song we recorded titled, 'People Are Wrong' will only be available on this website as a free download. For photos, info and chat, please go to our fan site and join at You can purchase the 'Some Ghouls' EP at Virgin Megastores and many other local record stores."

ROCK CITY MORGUE will be performing at El Matador in New Orleans on New Year's Eve (Dec. 31). Also appearing on the bill will be THE DETONATIONS.


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