ANIMAL Featuring Original W.A.S.P. Guitarist: New Music Posted Online

ANIMAL, the group featuring original W.A.S.P. guitarist Randy Piper, have uploaded two songs from their forthcoming album, "Violent New Breed", due out later in the year via Diesel and Glory Records. Check out the tracks "Morning After" and "Hellchild" at this location. Other songtitles set to appear on the CD include such "melodic but still raw and nasty" cuts as "Animal In Me", "In the Mirror" and "Eye of the Storm".

As previously reported, ANIMAL are currently offering a limited-edition box containing a seven-inch picture disc, a badge, a sticker, a pin and a signed certificate. The box is limited to only 333 copies and can be ordered from this location.

ANIMAL recently announced the addition of bassist Jackie Livengood to the group's ranks. The band's current lineup is completed by Rich C. Lewis (vocals, ex-BIG AMERICAN DOGS, RAVENCRAFT) and Chris Laney (guitar, ZAN CLAN).


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