FAITH AND FIRE Hard At Work On Debut Album

FAITH AND FIRE, the new band featuring RIOT guitarist Mike Flyntz and ex-RIOT frontman Tony Moore, are hard at work on their debut album, tentatively due early next year through an as-yet-unspecified label. "Tony is currently shrieking his brains out at [bassist] Danny [Miranda]'s (BLUE OYSTER CULT) ProTools studio on Long Island, NY in order to complete the last trax before the holidays," reads a post on the group's web site. "Mixing and mastering are scheduled for early January '04 and release is slated for spring."

The band, who are completed by drummer John Miceli (RAINBOW, MEAT LOAF), have made available for download a demo version of the track "Ready" at this location.

Among the songs set to appear on the album are the following:

01. Accelerator
02. Fallen
03. Villanelle
04. Faith And Fire
05. Ready
06. Angel

For more information, visit the band's official web site at www.faith-and-fire.com.

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