JONES'S LOUNGE Track Listing Unveiled
New Orleans-based JONES'S LOUNGE, featuring Kyle Thomas (EXHORDER, FLOODGATE), Dax Thieler (GREEN LEAF CULT), Jimmy Bower (DOWN, C.O.C., SUPERJOINT RITUAL, EYEHATEGOD) and Jason Portera (PITS VS. PREPS), have finalized the track listing for their debut full-length album, which was recently produced by former UGLY KID JOE guitarist Dave Fortman at Fortman's Balance Studio. It is as follows:
03. Jones's Lounge
04. The Midnight Rope
05. Sunshine Shines On
07. Beneath The Ceiling
08. Nest Of Broken Hearts
09. Dead Swine: A Fallen Angel
10. Shining Stars
11. Burning Sky
As previously reported, JONES'S LOUNGE are currently preparing to release the CD independently, but "are not closed to the right label situation," Thomas told BLABBERMOUTH.NET. "Until it reveals itself we're happy to print it on our own and sign a distribution deal."
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