TWO HIT CREEPER Mayorga-Produced Songs Available For Download
Los Angeles-based TWO HIT CREEPER have made available for download two of the three songs recently recorded with the help of SOULFLY/MEDICATION drummer Roy Mayorga (in the role of producer) via the group's official web site at the following locations:
02. Cadaver Sightings
As previously reported, TWO HIT CREEPER and Mayorga collaborated on the above-mentioned recording with a view towards possibly working together on the band's forthcoming debut album, a deal for which has not yet been obtained. Although ORGY frontman Jay Gordon was due to co-produce TWO HIT CREEPER's debut CD for his Division One imprint, his ongoing activities related to the third full-length ORGY CD have prevented him from securing distribution for the label, thereby allowing the band to seek out other opportunities. Gordon, however, continues to be an avid supporter of the group and no one is sure right now what role, if any, he will have time to play in the band's career given his current schedule.
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