According to PWTorch.com, WWE wrestler and FOZZY singer Chris Jericho will host the previously recorded "100 Most Shocking Moments In Music", airing on cable TV's VH1 channel.
The series will air from Monday to Friday this week at 9:00 p.m. EST. Jericho is hosting all five original episodes.
"Martyr No More", the first single from FOZZY's highly anticipated new album, "Chasing The Grail", is available for download on iTunes for $0.99.
"Chasing the Grail" is scheduled for release on January 26, 2010 via Australia's Riot! Entertainment.
"Chasing The Grail" track listing:
01. Under Blackened Skies
02. Martyr No More
04. Broken Soul
05. Let The Madness Begin
06. Pray For Blood
07. New Day s Dawn
08. God Pounds His Nails
09. Watch Me Shine
10. Paraskavedekatriaphobia (Friday the 13th)
"Martyr No More" features a special guest guitar solo by ANNIHILATOR's Jeff Waters.
"Let The Madness Begin" audio stream:
"Martyr No More" audio stream:
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