SON OF SAM: New Songs Posted Online

SON OF SAM, the resurrected band led by DANZIG guitarist Todd Youth, has posted two new demo tracks on its MySpace page. The songs "Twisted Soul" and "Into The Night" are demo versions and not the versions that will appear on SON OF SAM's upcoming CD through Horror High, LLC.

Formed in 2000, SON OF SAM started as a horror rock "supergroup" side project created by Todd Youth during his tenure as the guitar player for SAMHAIN/DANZIG. The band recorded one album, which featured guest appearances by members of SAMHAIN, DANZIG and AFI.

After nearly a seven-year absence, SON OF SAM is back.

Commented Todd Youth: "After doing the 3 weeks of this past Halloween tour with DANZIG, Steve and I had so much fun playing together again we decided the time was right for SON OF SAM II."


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