BON JOVI Guitarist's PHIL X AND THE DRILLS Sign To GOLDEN ROBOT RECORDS

BON JOVI Guitarist's PHIL X AND THE DRILLS Sign To GOLDEN ROBOT RECORDS

Golden Robot Records has announced the signing of PHIL X & THE DRILLS to a worldwide deal.

Phil X needs no introduction, having been an integral full-time member of BON JOVI since 2016 after also filing in for Richie Sambora on the 2011, 2013 and 2015 BON JOVI tours.

PHIL X & THE DRILLS will release their fifth album, "Stupid Good Lookings Vol. 2", in early 2020. Featuring a different drummer on every song — including Tommy Lee, Liberty Devitto, Kenny Aronoff and Ray Luzier — the music promises to be extremely diverse.

PHIL X & THE DRILLS have been enjoying a rapidly growing international fan base supported by the release of four strong albums: "Kick Your Ass In 17 Minutes" (2009), "We Bring The Rock N Roll" (2011), "We Play Instruments N Sh!t" (2012) and "Stupid Good Lookings Vol. 1" (2019).

First a prolific session guitar staple in Los Angeles, California — recording with the likes of Alice Cooper, Rob Zombie, Daughtry, Kelly Clarkson and Chris Cornell, among many others, and even playing with Canadian rock royalty such as TRIUMPH, Aldo Nova, OUR LADY PEACE, Avril Lavigne, THEORY OF A DEADMAN and more — Phil X became known for hosting the "Fretted Americana" web show that boasted over 50 million collective views.

In March of 2016, Phil was invited to Electric Lady Studios in New York to record guitars and background vocals on the BON JOVI record "This House Is Not For Sale". The album was released later that year, reaching No. 1 on the chart, with the album artwork including Phil in the band shots, confirming his position in the band as an official member.

PHIL X & THE DRILLS are looking forward to delivering their "energetic guitar-driven rock that infects your senses with addictively great anthems" to the global masses.

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