WARRIOR SOUL, the band fronted by legendary singer Kory Clarke, will release a new studio album, titled "Rock 'N' Roll Disease", on May 19.
For the disc, Clarke used the same writing team and musicians who played on 2017's acclaimed "Back On The Lash" LP.
Tentative songtitles set to appear on "Rock 'N' Roll Disease" include "Over The Top" and "Off My Face".
"We are going for the same feel as 'Lash' but honing it in more and picking it up a bit," says Clarke. "'Back On The Lash' was raw, fun and loose, this is too, but we are pushing it all over the top."
WARRIOR SOUL released released a trio of albums on the Geffen major label during the '90s, beginning with its classic 1990 debut, "Last Decade Dead Century".
Having initially split in 1995 following the release of "The Space Age Playboys", WARRIOR SOUL was resurrected in 2007 by Clarke, who has issued several albums since: "Destroy The War Machine" (2008), "Stiff Middle Finger" (2012) and the aforementioned "Back On The Lash".
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