A teaser for "Over The Influence", the new album from the reunited SLAVES ON DOPE, can be streamed in the SoundCloud player below. Also available is the previously released video for the song "No One To Blame", which will appear on the CD. Tentatively due late fall via an as-yet-undetermined record label, the effort was produced and mixed by Kevin Jardine and will reportedly feature a guest appearance by THE AGONIST vocalist Alissa White-Gluz.
SLAVES ON DOPE 2011 is:
Kevin Jardine - Guitar Jason Rockman - Vocals Peter Tsefaris - Drums Sebatien Ducap Bass
SLAVES ON DOPE's "Inches from the Mainline" album was released through Ozzy Osbourne's now-defunct Divine Recordings label. After Divine Recordings lost its distribution deal with EMI's Priority Records, the band was left without a label. After a long search, a deal was struck with Bieler Bros. Records. SLAVES ON DOPE's second major album, "Metafour", was released in 2003.
In March 2004, SLAVES ON DOPE announced it was going on hiatus due to Jason Rockman leaving the band. The group officially reformed in 2009.
For more information, visit www.slavesondope.com.
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