BRIDES OF DESTRUCTION: Initial CD To Include Enhanced Portion

The initial pressing of BRIDES OF DESTRUCTION's debut CD, "Here Come The Brides", will include as a bonus a 12-minute 40-second QuickTime interview with the members of the group. It can be previewed here.

"Here Come The Brides" (out in Japan through Universal Records since December 25) is due on March 9 through Sanctuary Records via MÖTLEY CRÜE/B.O.D. bassist Nikki Sixx's company 12-11 Productions.

As previously reported, BRIDES OF DESTRUCTION — whose lineup is completed by L.A. GUNS guitarist Tracii Guns, vocalist London LeGrand, and drummer Scot Coogan (ex-PAUL GILBERT, ONI LOGAN/ROWAN ROBERTSON, SINÉAD O'CONNOR) — filmed a video for the track "Shut The Fuck Up" last week with director Paul Brown. Described by Guns as "insane," the new clip is expected to begin airing shortly.


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