PAPA WHEELIE, the stoner punk metal crew consisting of former METALLICA bassist Jason Newsted (a.k.a. Jaylor) on guitar/vocals, Steven Wiig (a.k.a. Swiiglor) on drums and Joe Ledesma (a.k.a. Joefus) on bass, will shortly be issuing their debut CD, entitled Unipsycho, through Newsted's own Chophouse Records. The full track listing for the effort is as follows:
01. Givin' It Back
02. The Real Me
04. Fire Face
05. Through The Night
07. Head First
08. On & On
09. Never The Liar
10. Lay Low
In a recent interview with the syndicated radio show Rockline, Newsted commented on the above-mentioned CD by saying that "I have a punk project coming out where I play guitar and yell, it's called PAPA WHEELIE and you know a couple of weeks here it is going to be out on the Chophouse Records label and that's you know kinda crazy metal music for people that want to hear that cookie monster vocal thing from me or whatever...
In related news, Jason stated in the same interview that he expects the next VOIVOD album, on which he will play bass and which he expects to produce, in the next 16-18 months, possibly through Chophouse. Recordings for the album are tentatively scheduled to begin this summer.
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