ACEY SLADE Working On EP Of Remixes

Acey Slade (ex-TRASHLIGHT VISION, MURDERDOLLS, AMEN) will release an EP featuring remixes from Skinny Kangur of DEATHSTARS, Piggy D of ROB ZOMBIE, Loopy from HANZEL UND GRETYL and DJ Speedranch. The EP will be a limited release and some of the remixes will be exclusive to this CD. It will also include stickers and a patch. A full-length album is 90% completed and should be released later this year or in early 2009. The album and the EP are a collaboration between Acey and producer Shaun "Stakka" Morris, a legend in the drum-and-bass scene. The full-length CD blends guitars with electronica, and pop with darkness, hence its tentative title, "Dark Party". Shaun handled the programming while Acey played bass, guitar and lead vocals. Andee, who will be a part of the live band, added additional guitars. One new song is available for streaming at this location.

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