GLUECIFER: 'Best Of' Collection, Reissues On The Way

Defunct Norwegian rock 'n' rollers GLUECIFER have posted the following message on their official web site:

"There are future releases on the agenda, but please note that no release dates are yet to be confirmed. Captain Poon [guitar] will produce a 'best of' GLUECIFER with a bonus disc featuring obscure and unreleased material. A DVD from the farewell show at Sentum scene is in the making, looks just fantastic, and it will be released later this year. A new and updated version of the first three records will hopefully be available sometime during 2006. 'Ridin' the Tiger', 'Soaring with Eagles at Night…', 'Tender is the Savage' were all released by Swedish label White Jazz between 1997-2000. Captain Poon says, 'I am just sick and tired of watching the way these records have been treated, even being totally unavailable in so many countries. It's about time to do something about that. The label having the rights for these records today seem to be pretty co-operative though. The band is history now, and the least thing we should do is making the bloody history available for everyone to enjoy.'"

In other news, former GLUECIFER drummer Danny Young has posted the following message on the site:

"I'm back in Norway from LA after six months of going to MI [Musician's Institute]. I took drum lessons there and had a great time hanging out with a lot of fun people. Right before I went back Todd Youth of THE CHELSEA SMILES asked if I would play drums on his new side-project. Todd, who has played with many very well known bands before (DANZIG, D-GENERATION, MURPHY'S LAW and CHROME LOCUST) had 10 songs that Sami Yaffa (HANOI ROCKS and NEW YORK DOLLS) and I were asked to play on. Of course I said yes and we had a great time recording Todd's songs. We also recorded a version of NEW YORK DOLLS' 'Chatterbox'. The album (project and album title not confirmed yet) will be released sometime next year on Acetate Records, so look out for this release coming to a cool record store near you! For updates and demo recordings from this project , you can check out or"


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