LILLIAN AXE: In Pre-Production Mode

New Orleans rockers LILLIAN AXE have begun pre-production in Louisiana on their new album, tentatively titled "Sad Day On Planet Earth". Songtitles set to appear on the CD include "Ignite", "Jesus Wept", "A Cold Day In Hell" and "Hibernate". An early 2009 release is expected.

On August 31, LILLIAN AXE, hit the stage in 100-degree-plus Texas heat to perform for close to 3,000 screaming fans from all over the United States that came out early to see the boys rock hard at the Rock The Bayou festival in Houston. LILLIAN AXE treated the fans to 44 minutes and 57 seconds of pure LILLIAN AXE. Guitarist Steve Blaze, battling the heat, blistered the fans with his interpretation of the national anthem (see footage below).

LILLIAN AXE's first new studio LP in nearly fifteen years (and first for the Metro City Records label), "Waters Rising" was released on July 17, 2007.

Rock The Bayou footage uploaded by "JohnEbrownTX":


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