Ex-WHITE ZOMBIE Bassist SEAN YSEULT To Host 'Metal Army Night' In Hollywood

Sean Yseult recently released "I'm in the Band" — a detailed account of her time in WHITE ZOMBIE, one of the biggest breakout metal sensations from the '90s. Now, in celebration of the book's release, Sean has teamed with Metal Army America to host and guest-DJ the next Metal Army night in Hollywood on December 9. The event will take place on Thursday, December 9 at Three Clubs and will feature both Sean Yseult and John Tempesta (EXODUS, TESTAMENT, WHITE ZOMBIE, HELMET, THE CULT) as guest DJs. Metal Army America will also be holding giveaways throughout the night featuring rare memorabilia from WHITE ZOMBIE (donated by Sean) along with merch, concert tickets and more from some of your favorite metal bands and labels.

Three Clubs is located at:

1123 N. Vine St (between Santa Monica Blvd. and Fountain Blvd.)
Los Angeles, CA 90038

Metal Army nights have become "some of the most anticipated and talked-about monthly parties in Los Angeles," according to a press release. The event has become home to many bands while they are in L.A. and a great place for fans to get together and celebrate the tie that binds us all together: HEAVY METAL! So come out on Thursday, December 9 and stay tuned for more info on future Metal Army nights as well as parties launching in New York, Seattle and other cities across the country.

For more information, visit www.metal-army.com.

In a recent interview with art critic Brian Sherwin, Yseult stated about her early years with WHITE ZOMBIE, "We were all deeply involved in the direction of the band creatively and professionally at the time, it was all four of us living together, living, eating, breathing and sleeping WHITE ZOMBIE. Rob [Zombie, vocals] and I made all of the decisions creatively and business-wise, but we were really a band, especially when we wrote music. This was up until and during 'La Sexorcisto' being released. While we were touring that record for two and a half years — Rob and I broke up. At that point he started making decisions without consulting me or J. [guitar], as in getting a hired hand to write techno tracks, then having me and J. try to riff over them — not the most inspiring way to write! This went down for a couple of soundtrack songs, and was a drag. With the next full album, 'Astro-Creep', some of these extra techno tracks are there but more artfully worked into our songs, and I don't mind it as much."


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