HANOI ROCKS guitarist Andy McCoy has announced plans to open up an Internet merchandise shop later this month. The shop, dubbed "The Real A&A McCoy Custom Shop", will provide major shopping adventures for McCoy-minded fans all over the globe. The catalog will consist of Andy's records signed by himself, Andy's and wife Angela's special t-shirts, guitar picks and other custom-created stuff closely related to McCoy and his music.For more information, visit www.andymccoy.com. HANOI ROCKS recently completed work on the video for the song "Back In Yer Face", taken from their "Another Hostile Takeover" album, available on Demolition Records. The CD is the group's first album to feature Conny Bloom (ex-ELECTRIC BOYS), who joined the band in 2004. HANOI ROCKS' current lineup also includes a second ex-ELECTRIC BOYS member, bassist Andy "A.C." Christell. HANOI ROCKS have announced a full U.K. tour to coincide with their "special guest" slot on the TWISTED SISTER dates in June.
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