BULLETBOYS Frontman: Live Album, 'Major' U.S. Tour, 'the Surrreal Life' Appearance In The Works

Frontman Marq Torien of the BULLETBOYS has issued the following update:

"That's right — the boys are back and ready to kick some ass for 2007.

"I would like to thank all the fans that came out and supported us on this last run of 58 dates. I would also like to thank L.A. GUNS, who we have shared the stage with on those dates.

"Right now we are taking a short break until March and it's right back out on the road again, but this time we will be heading over to Europe to support our March release, 'Live In Hollywood', and then a major U.S. tour is in the works. I'm also not only the lead singer for the BULLETBOYS but I'm now playing guitar, singing. We also promise all you fans a brand new record for 2007.

"If that is not enough I will be casting for the brand new season of VH1's 'The Surreal Life'.

"2007 is going to be fun.

"On behalf of myself and the band, we are very excited to have inked a deal with Crash Music Classics, the imprint of Crash Music Inc., the home of FLOTSAM AND JETSAM, 40 BELOW SUMMER, RIKETS, JUNGLE ROT, SOULS HARBOR, METALIUM and many others. Crash will release our first-time-ever live record, entitled 'Live In Hollywood', [in] March 2007. We will be uploading a few live tracks in the next few days via www.myspace.com/officialbulletboys so join the reinvented BULLETBOYS."


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