GODSMACK Frontman To Publish Autobiography
GODSMACK frontman Sully Erna is in the process of writing his autobiography which he hopes to release sometime next year.
"The book is basically just my life from the time I was born until GODSMACK started," Erna told MTV.com. "I wanted to write about the whole experience of trying to get there, and hopefully that will inspire some people that maybe are still in the ghettos or trying to dig their way out of a hole. I mean, we're all human and we weren't born rock stars. So I think there's an interesting story to tell of the pain and struggling. You know, being poor and being raised in crazy neighborhoods. If kids can see that they'll be able to relate to anything they have a dream for."
GODSMACK are currently working on their third full-length album, tentatively titled Releasing The Demons, for an April 2003 release through Republic/Universal Records.
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