SCARS: Album Details Revealed

SCARS, the new three-piece act featuring Gary Moore (guitar), Cass Lewis (bass, ex-SKUNK ANANSIE) and Darrin Mooney (drums, ex-PRIMAL SCREAM), will release their debut album through Sanctuary Records on the following dates:

Europe: August 26th
UK: September 2nd
Japan: September 4th
USA: September 10th

The complete track listing for the Chris Tsangarides-produced album is as follows:

01. When The Sun Goes Down
02. Rectify
03. Wasn't Born In Chicago
04. Stand Up
05. Just Can't Let You Go
06. My Baby (She's So Good To Me)
07. World Of Confusion
08. Ball And Chain
09. World Keep Turnin' Round
10. Who Knows (What Tomorrow Will Bring)?

In other news, rumors suggests that SCARS will be supporting ZZ TOP on their forthcoming 2002 European Tour. The following dates are only preliminary:

Oct. 08 - Alsterdorfer Sporthalle – Hamburg, GER
Oct. 10 - Velodrom - Berlin, GER
Oct. 11 - Arena - Leipzig, GER
Oct. 12 - Jahrhunderthalle - Frankfurt, GER
Oct. 14 - Le Zenith – Paris, FRA
Oct. 15 - EZ2 Halle Saarbruecken - Saarbruecken, GER
Oct. 18 - Uhr-Grugahalle Essen - Essen, GER
Oct. 19 - O-Halle - Munchen, GER
Oct. 20 - Schleyerhalle - Stuttgart, GER


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