SCUM OF THE EARTH/ex-ROB ZOMBIE guitarist Riggs will be the featured guest on "CMS Xtreme" this Wednesday, November 28 at 4:00 p.m. EST on the CMS Radio Network. The show will feature material from SCUM OF THE EARTH's two albums (including its most recent release, "Sleaze Freak"), as well as an in-depth discussion about the direction of the band, the new CD and more.To tune in, go to www.cmsradionetwork.com. Video footage of SCUM OF THE EARTH/ex-ROB ZOMBIE guitarist Riggs playing the song "13 Freaks" on a skin guitar can be viewed below (courtesy of FPE-TV). "Sleaze Freak" was released on October 23. The explicit (PA) version of the album was made available at most retailers containing an added DVD video. The DVD consists of footage filmed while recording and mixing the album documenting the recording and mixing process and many hijinks of the band around town, in the studio, and on the road. SCUM OF THE EARTH's first studio album of all-new material since the critically-acclaimed debut "Blah…Blah…Blah…Love Songs For The New Millennium" (2004), "Sleaze Freak" contains 13 brand new songs described by Riggs as "heavy-as-hell grinding, stripper-rock." "It's a much more intense collection of material than 'Blah…Blah…Blah…'" said Riggs. "We did everything we wanted to do this time around, which allowed us to really embody the whole red-light-district sleazy vibe into the material."
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