Video footage of SPEED X — the new band featuring BLACK LABEL SOCIETY guitarist Nick Catanese, QUEENSRŸCHE axeman Mike Stone on guitar and vocals, DOUBLEDRIVE drummer Mike Froedge and former DOUBLEDRIVE bassist Joshua Sattler — performing on January 17, 2009 at the Hilton hotel in Anaheim, California during this year's (National Association Of Music Merchants) show can be viewed below (clips uploaded by "yoggguuurt").

For more information on the band, visit www.myspace.com/speedxband.

Rhino has reportedly set a March 31 release date for "American Soldier", the new album from QUEENSRŸCHE.

According to AnybodyListening.net, QUEENSRŸCHE guitarist Michael Wilton has revealed that he has recorded all the guitar parts for "American Soldier". He said in an online posting, "I have been slammed with making the deadline for the new QUEENSRŸCHE opus. I recorded all the guitars this time so it should sound more like the original 'RŸCHE."

BLACK LABEL SOCIETY will embark on the 2009 Black Label Bash across North America this spring with support from SEVENDUST and DOPE.


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