DIRTY LITTLE RABBITS, the new band featuring SLIPKNOT percussionist M. Shawn Crahan, has posted several tracks on its MySpace page.In other news, DIRTY LITTLE RABBITS has landed one of the support slots on the upcoming STONE SOUR U.S. tour in August/September. Also scheduled to appear is SYDONIA. For a list of upcoming DIRTY LITTLE RABBITS dates, click here. DIRTY LITTLE RABBITS is: M. Shawn Crahan - Drumset
Michael Pfaff - Hammond M-3 & Juno-6
Ty Fyhrie - Guitar
Jeff Karnowski - Bass Guitar
Stella Katsoudas - Vocals In a recent interview with Midwest Excess, M. Shawn Crahan stated about DIRTY LITTLE RABBITS, "This band is a supergroup, but it's all fighters. We're all kind of like reclusive, a little bit, in our own way. We all love music, so we've socially kind of gotten together where we're socially not happening. We're kind of like having a lot of fun together. . . This band is a band of the people, and we will have as much fun and do what we are doing right now, and pay to play, as long as it takes to actually feel, and earn the right, to have that right of passage. . . I've got some really high hopes for some really big tours. We're bidding tours right now. Rock tours this summer. I'd like to get on a tour this summer. I'd like to go to Europe this summer for a festival or two. Big wish lists. I would say early fall, late summer, might hit a record. I'd say we get it out before SLIPKNOT hits the studio, and then probably tour as long as we could. . . This band is really big to me. It's very serious. It's taken my whole life to get to this. I've waited a very long time to get this love out of my heart, and this pain out of my soul. So, we plan on a full-length. We plan on the whole thing. Anything you can imagine, I am envisioning for this. It just takes time, and we're not going to push it this time. I'm not going to go in like a baby band and get everything taken from me. I don't necessarily need anything. We've got all we want. We've got a car. We've got a trailer and we've got each other. We've got good friends that let us stay on the floor and feed us, and it's good. We've got those all around the world, and if we don't have them yet, we'll get them soon enough." Read the entire interview at Midwest Excess.