EDDIE VAN HALEN To Co-Host 'The Gathering'

AVN.com reports that Ninn Worx and rocker Eddie Van Halen will celebrate the launch of "Sacred Sin" at a celebration that they are calling "The Gathering", on Sept. 30. Van Halen recently joined forces with the adult director to write and perform two songs for the forthcoming Ninn Worx feature.

Organizers said that "The Gathering" will combine the imagery of director Michael Ninn with the musical energy of Van Halen, along with a cast of other artists to entertain.

Scheduled to take place at an undisclosed location in the Hollywood Hills, "The Gathering" will be a private, invitation-only event that will also feature special guest hosts, cuisine, and sideshow attractions.

Invitations are scheduled for delivery early next week, and "Sacred Sin" will be released on Sept 13.

To view "Sacred Sin" video clips, music videos featuring Van Halen, downloadable MP3s, photos, and other features, click here.


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