RAZR13 Featuring KING'S X's DOUG PINNICK: Two Songs Posted Online

RAZR13, the Austin, Texas-based band featuring young hotshot guitarist Big Bald Mike, bassist Ryan 13, and drummer JRAB, with vocals by legendary KING'S X frontman Doug "dUg" Pinnick, is streaming two songs — "Reflections" and "Fourth Of July" — at this location.

RAZR13 has strong ties to the KING'S X family: Ryan 13 is dUg's bass tech, JRAB is Jerry Gaskill's drum tech and also serves as the KING'S X tour manager, and Big Bald Mike has been providing both road crew and security assistance to KING'S X for many years.

RAZR13's debut album, "Reflections", will be released later this summer on Rock Army Records. The CD features 11 tracks of modern metal that is unlike anything Pinnick has previously done.

Rock Army, the Austin-based label/distributor for independent artists, is run by Paul Soroski (PODUNK).

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