THE COMPANY BAND To Perform During MTV's 'Jackass' Takeover

THE COMPANY BAND, which features in its ranks CLUTCH frontman Neil Fallon, FIREBALL MINISTRY's James Rota, CKY drummer Jess Margera, guitarist Dave Bone, and PUNY HUMAN bassist Jason Diamond, will make its live debut during the "Jackass" 24-hour MTV takeover on February 9 in Times Square, New York City.

If you would like to be in the studio audience, e-mail [email protected]

In other news, THE COMPANY BAND's debut EP, "Sign Here, Here and Here", is currently available on iTunes and other digital outlets. The physical CD will be available for shipping via MerchDirect.net on February 9.

"Sign Here, Here and Here" was produced by Andrew Alekel (FU MANCHU, FIREBALL MINISTRY) at Grandmaster Recorders in Hollywood and features the following tracks:

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01. Company Man
02. Fortune's a Mistress
03. Spellbinder
04. Heartache & Misery

For more information, visit www.thecoband.com.

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