RHINO BUCKET, the Bon Scott-era AC/DC sound-alike band that recorded two albums for Warner Bros./EMI back in '90 and '92 and an independent album in '94 with former AC/DC drummer Simon Wright, have finished mixing their fourth album at Soundface Studios in Hollywood, California and are currently working on the album's artwork. The as-yet-untitled CD was produced by the band and Stephan Siggurson and is scheduled for release in February 2006 through Acetate Records.In a recent interview with Mega Metal Online, RHINO BUCKET vocalist/guitarist Georg Dolivo described the new record as "by far the best one we've ever done. Acetate Records is a great label and they fully understand what this band is all about. I can't wait to drop this baby on the world." As previously reported, RHINO BUCKET have posted a new video for their song "Blood, Sweat and Beers" at this location. The track appears in the new film "The Outdoorsmen" and will also be included on RHINO BUCKET's upcoming CD.
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