Reunited BLIND MELON To Release New Album In April
Greg Prato of Billboard.com reports: The recently reborn BLIND MELON will release its first studio album in 13 years this spring. "For My Friends" is due April 22 via Adrenaline and introduces new singer Travis Warren as a replacement for late frontman Shannon Hoon, who died in 1995.
Warren joins original members Rogers Stevens (guitar), Christopher Thorn (guitar), Brad Smith (bass) and Glen Graham (drums). "This record's a great rock'n'roll record," Warren tells Billboard.com. "It's kind of like [1995's] 'Soup' — the more you listen to it, the more it grows on you."
Read the entire interview at Billboard.com.
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