PRETTY BOY FLOYD Joined By Former BRIDES OF DESTRUCTION Singer

London LeGrand, formerly of BRIDES OF DESTRUCTION and SOULS OF WE, has joined PRETTY BOY FLOYD as the band's new lead singer.

According to PRETTY BOY FLOYD guitarist, and sole remaining original member, Kristy "Krash" Majors, the band is planning to record a new single and film an accompanying video.

PRETTY BOY FLOYD's live show will include both "PRETTY BOY FLOYD and BRIDES OF DESTRUCTION gems," says Majors.

LeGrand joins PRETTY BOY FLOYD as the replacement for Steve "Sex" Summers, who is reportedly planning to release a solo album in 2013.

PRETTY BOY FLOYD took part in the "America Rocks" tour package earlier this summer alongside JACK RUSSELL'S GREAT WHITE, FASTER PUSSYCAT, BULLETBOYS and LILLIAN AXE.

Photo below courtesy of London LeGrand's Facebook page

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