SCUM OF THE EARTH: ROB ZOMBIE, POWERMAN 5000 Guitarists Join Forces
SCUM OF THE EARTH, the new band featuring guitarists Riggs (ROB ZOMBIE) and Mike Tempesta (POWERMAN 5000), are currently mixing their debut CD, "Blah...blah...blah...Love Songs for the New Millennium", at Belt of Orion Studios in Hollywood, CA for a fall release through Eclipse Records. SYSTEM OF A DOWN's John Dolmayan and HELMET/ROB ZOMBIE drummer John Tempesta both laid down guest performances on several tracks while "chillin' in the studio" with Riggs and Mike, according to an official press release.
"Blah...blah...blah...Love Songs for the New Millennium" track listing:
01. Get Your Dead On
03. Murder Song
04. Little Spider
05. I Am The Scum
06. Willie's Rise / Pornstar Champion (tentative)
07. Nothing Girl
08. Altar Girl 13
09. Beneath The Living
10. Give Up Your Ghost
11. The Devil Made Me Do It
A demo version of the album's projected first single, "Murder Song", can be downloaded at this location.
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