REVOLTING COCKS: New Song Posted Online

REVOLTING COCKS (also known as REVCO), the American industrial rock band that began as a musical side-project for Alain Jourgensen (MINISTRY), has posted a new track, "Homo Song (I'm Not Gay)", on the group's MySpace page. The song comes off REVOLTING COCKS' forthcoming album, "Sex-O Olympic-O", due later in the year through Jourgensen's imprint 13th Planet.

REVOLTING COCKS's most recent release was "Cocktail Mixxx" a collection of intoxicating dance/club remixes of the 2006 release "Cocked and Loaded" from REVCO mixologists Luc Van Acker, Clayton Worbeck and Phildo Owen.

Released in March 2006, "Cocked and Loaded", was the first REVOLTING COCKS record in more than a decade. Produced by Jourgensen, it featured the contributions of guest artists Jello Biafra (DEAD KENNEDYS), Gibby Haynes (BUTTHOLE SURFERS), Rick Nielsen (CHEAP TRICK), Billy Gibbons (ZZ TOP), Stevie Banch (SPYDER BABY) and Phildo Owen (SKATENIGS) and Robin Zander (CHEAP TRICK).

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