THE CHELSEA SMILES To Release Debut Album In November

THE CHELSEA SMILES, the band featuring Todd Youth (ex-MURPHYS LAW, D-GENERATION, DANZIG), will release its full-length debut, "Thirty Six Hours Later", on November 7 via Acetate Records. A few songs from the CD can be previewed at the group's MySpace page. Todd Youth also played guitar for MOTÖRHEAD back in 2003 when Phil Campbell missed a few shows due to a death in his family and most recently played guitar for legendary L.A. hardcore punk band THE CIRCLE JERKS at the premeir party for the film "American Hardcore".

THE CHELSEA SMILES's current lineup is completed by Skye Vaughan Jayne (vocals, guitar; BULLETS AND OCTANE, BLACK MARKET SAINTS), Johnny Martin (bass, vocals), and Karl Rosqvist (a.k.a. Rockfist, drums; STEEL PROPHET, VINDICATION).

THE CHELSEA SMILES will support SOCIAL DISTORTION on several dates in Texaas between November 1 and November 9.

For more information, visit www.myspace.com/thechelseasmiles.

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