SON OF SAM To Support WEDNESDAY 13
SON OF SAM, the resurrected band led by former DANZIG guitarist Todd Youth, will support WEDNESDAY 13 on the following shows:
Feb. 20 - Seattle, WA @ El Corazon
Feb. 21 - Portland, OR @ Satyricon
Feb. 24 - Hollywood, CA @ Whisky A Go Go
Feb. 27 - Austin, TX @ Red 7
Although SON OF SAM had planned on touring in late 2008, Todd Youth has been busy doing guitar duties for country music legend GLEN CAMPBELL. Todd recently left for an overseas tour that will keep him busy until the end of the year.
SON OF SAM's sophomore album, "Into The Night", was released on September 16 through Horror High, LLC.
SON OF SAM recently announced the addition of singer Ian Thorne to the group's ranks. Ian joins Youth, Steve Zing and Karl "RockFist" Rosqvist, all of whom performed as DANZIG's band on his last tour.
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.
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