GUNS N' ROSES Keyboardist, BUCKCHERRY Frontman To Release New Original Material

GUNS N' ROSES keyboardist Dizzy Reed and BUCKCHERRY frontman Josh Todd have recorded new material for the soundtrack to the film "Still Life". Director Joel Miller told, "Dizzy and Josh Todd are going to be doing the soundtrack. It will all be original material as well." Joel Miller also added, "In the movie Dizzy plays a song with Louise Post [VERUCA SALT]."

Set to be released in September, "Still Life" is about the redemption of an artist who struggles to regain himself and his identity after giving in to conventional success. This passionate, urban drama details the life of reclusive, alcoholic artist Julian Lamont (Jason Barry, "Titanic") and his journey along a path of destructionism — a new genre of art that he accidentally develops during a night of self-loathing. Throughout the film, he is faced with a myriad of relationships that force him to take responsibility for his personal choices and to make a decision about the kind of artist that he wants to be.

The "Still Life" cast came together incorporating up and coming actors and established musicians to create an entertainment powerhouse. The film features a myriad of cameos from Reed, Todd, Jonathan Davis (KORN), Louise Post (VERUCA SALT), Matt Nelson (NELSON), Doug Carrion (THE DESCENDENTS), Dean Dinning (TOAD THE WET SPROCKET), and more.


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