Former KYUSS and current VISTA CHINO frontman John Garcia has inked a solo deal with Napalm Records. His new album is being recorded at Thunder Underground studios in Palm Springs, California with producers Harper Hug and Trevor Whatever for a late summer release.
In a Facebook posting, Garcia wrote: "I'm pleased to announce that, after years of planning, I have finally signed my solo deal with Napalm Records.
"I'm extremely happy to be obligated to finishing this project that has haunted me long enough.
"[I am] very excited to be working with Harper Hug and Trevor Whatever in the studio along with some other extremely talented musicians.
"This record will be coming out end of summer 2014, with extensive tours to follow.
"Thank you for your support and thank you to Napalm Records for making my dream become a reality."
VISTA CHINO is the group comprised of two founding members of the legendary rock band KYUSS — Garcia and Brant Bjork — and guitarist Bruno Fevery.
VISTA CHINO's debut album, "Peace", was released on September 3, 2013 (one day earlier internationally) via Napalm Records. The cover artwork for the CD was created by the renowned California art collective The Date Farmers.
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