NÄ$H is the name of a brand new project featuring Preston Nash (PRIMER 55, ex-DOPE) on vocals, guitars and percussion, Leo Curley (BIOHAZARD, ex-OUTLINE, ex-ALL MEANS NECESSARY) on lead guitar, Dirt (ANYTHING BUT NORMAL) on bass and vocals, and Joe Clark (STRAIGHT JACKET) on drums. A pop/punk band whose sound is described by Nash as “THE RAMONES [beating] up the FOO FIGHTERS, then [getting] drunk with Ace Frehley while f.cking Joan Jett,” NÄ$H are reportedly in negotiations with a couple of major labels about a possible deal and they hope to release an album later in the year. The group's official web site is still under construction, but samples of "Toxic Children" and "Sleeping Like a Dog" are available for download. Newer mixes featuring Curley will be added shortly. More samples will be available soon. Check it out at this location.
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