Former SPREAD EAGLE Vocalist To Guest On 'Maximum Threshold'

Former SPREAD EAGLE vocalist Ray West will be a guest on "Maximum Threshold" this Saturday, February 16 at 8:30 p.m. Ray will talk about everything from his past life in SPREAD EAGLE to his future in his new band HOSTEL INC.

For more information, visit www.maximumthreshold.net.

In other news, Ray has announced the following solo dates:

Feb. 22 - Dingbatz - Clifton, NJ
Feb. 27 - Webster Hall - New York, NY
Mar. 21 - ADC Performance Center - Southbridge, MA

HOSTEL INC.'s lineup is rounded out by members of two of New Jersey's more popular bands — guitarist Ladd, bassist Chigger (both formerly of SMOKE STAR) and drummer Jeff Hardee (formerly of SYNDROME 8).

With an East and West Coast tour already under its belts in 2007, HOSTEL INC. has already started out strong in 2008 with dates supporting GREAT WHITE and JOE LYNN TURNER.

HOSTEL INC. has three unmasterd songs posted on its official MySpace profile.

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