HOTEL DIABLO — the new band featuring vocalist Rick Stitch (LADYJACK, ex-ADLER'S APPETITE), guitarist Alex Grossi (QUIET RIOT), bassist Mike Duda and drummer Mike Dupke (both of W.A.S.P.) — will release its full-length debut, "The Return To Psycho, California", on June 12. The CD was produced by Gilby Clarke (GUNS N' ROSES, ROCKSTAR SUPERNOVA), with additional production by Matt Starr (ACE FREHLEY, BEAUTIFUL CREATURES).
"Psycho, California" is "a collection of stories, true stories, experienced during a time when our lives were filled with mind-altering shots of wretched adrenaline," says Stitch. "Strings got bent, knobs were turned and an uncontrolled visceral energy screamed life" into what has become "Psycho, California".
"The Return To Psycho, California" track listing:
01. Taken 02. Set It Off 03. What You Do To Me 04. Psycho, California 05. Bury You * 06. Wicked Lines * 07. All These Years 08. Wonderwall (OASIS cover) 09. Trigger 10. Bury You (alternate version) * 11. What You Do To Me (alternate version)
Produced by Gilby Clarke * Produced by Matt Starr
The song "Bury You" can be streamed in the YouTube clip below.
"Bury You" audio stream:
"Psycho, California" EP stream:
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