SPIDERS & SNAKES founding members Lizzie Grey and Timothy Jay are currently locked up in their rehearsal studio in downtown Hollywood, CA writing and arranging 13 brand new songs to be recorded with veteran L.A. producer Dino Maddalone for an upcoming album entitled Spiders & Snakes (I Don't Like). Their first album in nearly two years will feature a remake of the Jim Stafford classic "I Don't Like Spiders & Snakes" (from whence the band derived their name) and will have guest appearances from some very well-known Hollywood celebrities to be named later. Maddalone, who produced some of the band's finest efforts over the past decade - namely 2000 Retro and London Daze is aiming for his second Grammy nomination on this release and is anxious to launch his new studio, Dino M IV, in the process.


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