Reunited Dutch hard rockers SLEEZE BEEZ — who performed live last June for the first time since going their separate ways in 1995 (sharing the bill with AEROSMITH, STONE TEMPLE PILOTS and STEEL PANTHER at the Goffertpark in Nijmegen, Holland on June 23, 2010) — have recorded a new song for the first time in 16 years — a cover version of JOURNEY's classic power ballad "Faithfully". You can now listen to the track in the YouTube clip below.
SLEEZE BEEZ has scheduled a headlining show for Friday, February 4 at Paradiso in Amsterdam. The band will perform songs from its Atlantic Records release "Screwed Blued and Tattooed" (including the MTV hit "Stranger than Paradise") as well as the critically acclaimed "Insanity Beach".
SLEEZE BEEZ' final album, "Insanity Beach" (1994), featured a rugged, hard-edged, more aggressive sound. With producer John Sonneveld back in the saddle and the band co-producing, everything was recorded in one room to catch that "live" feeling. With all members of the band involved in the writing process for the first time, the band's style and direction has taken a radical turn. SLEEZE BEEZ planned to play various festivals in Holland before embarking on a European tour, but alas the band disbanded, with vocalist Andrew Elt and guitarist Don van Spall forming the pop/rock band THE MOON and drummer Jan Koster, guitarist Chriz van Jaarsveld and bassist Ed Jongsma forming the punk/rock band JETLAND.