WARRANT: Born Again

Veteran Los Angeles hard rockers WARRANT have posted the following message on their official web site:

"Thanks to all our Los Angeles fans for a sold-out Hollywood House of Blues show. We had a blast and the new WARRANT tunes went down awesome ('Rollercoaster' and 'Dirty Jack'). It was nice to see Tommy Thayer [KISS], CC Deville [POISON] and Marc Ferrari [KEEL] in the house. The GREAT WHITE boys were as tight as ever, and PRETTY BOY FLOYD rocked the house.

"This month (May), we will put the finishing touches on the new WARRANT CD. We decided to call it 'Born Again'. It should be in stores sometime this summer. We will keep you posted here at WARRANT headquarters. Tour dates are coming in fast and we hope to hit as many cities, states, and rockin' sons a bitches that we can find... so get ready for a WARRANT summer."

As previously reported, WARRANT entered the studio in February with producer/engineer Pat Regan (KISS, TED NUGENT, DEEP PURPLE, MR. BIG and L.A. GUNS) to begin recording the new album, which is said to contain "the classic hard-rockin' WARRANT sound that we all want to hear. ('Dirty Rotten Filthy Stinking Rich' and 'Cherry Pie' with a new twist)."

WARRANT's current line-up consists of original members Erik Turner (guitar), Jerry Dixon (bass), Joey Allen (lead guitar), Steven Sweet (drums) and new addition Jaime St. James (vocals, BLACK 'N BLUE).


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