DEBRIS, INC. Collaborate With SKULLSICK NATION On Tracks For Upcoming Debut

DEBRIS, INC., the new group featuring SAINT VITUS mainman Dave Chandler and TROUBLE bassist Ron Holzner, have collaborated with SKULLSICK NATION frontwoman Karyn Crisis and guitarist Afzaal Nasiruddeen on a cover of X's "Nausea" for inclusion on DEBRIS, INC.'s forthcoming debut, which is tentatively due for release later in the year through an as-yet-unspecified label. Karyn also sang on a track called "Pain" and both Afzaal and Karyn sang back-ups on "Pizza Man" at Donner and Blitzer Studios in Silverlake, California.

Among the cuts set to appear on DEBRIS, INC.'s as-yet-untitled debut album are the following:

01. F.ckin' Mess
02. Old Man
03. Medicated
04. F.O.S.
05. Dancing On My Grave
06. Pain
07. Nausea (X cover)
08. Pizza Man

In related news, SKULLSICK NATION recently began shooting a video clip for their track "Deadbeat World".


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