PRONG To Release '100% Live' In October

The reunited PRONG — now consisting of singer/guitarist Tommy Victor, drummer Dan Laudo, bassist Brian Perry and touring guitarist Monte Pittman — will issue their first live album, entitled 100% Live, on October 29th through Locomotive Music.

The full track listing for the effort is as follows:

01. Another Worldly Device
02. Disbelief
03. Beg To Differ
04. Initiation
05. Broken Peace
06. Prove You Wrong
07. Close The Door
08. Rude Awakening
09. Controller
10. Snap Your Fingers, Snap Your Neck
11. Cut Rate
12. Unconditional
13. Dark Signs
14. Whose Fist Is This Anyway

The lead single, "Rude Awakening", will be serviced to radio in early October, 2002. A brand new PRONG studio album is slated for release in May 2003, also through Locomotive Music.


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