UGLY Tap Producer RICK PARASHAR For Full-Length Debut

UGLY, the Detroit-based band featuring former members of BRIDGE and OUTSPOKEN, have tapped legendary producer Rick Parashar (PEARL JAM, NICKELBACK, ALICE IN CHAINS, ROB ZOMBIE) to produce their debut album, tentatively due this fall via Rust Records. Pre-production will begin in Cleveland on March 20. Parashar and the UGLY boys will begin work on the album in Cleveland on April 24 and Rust will release the first single in August of 2006.

UGLY's current lineup features Geo Teubl (vocals), Donnie Highland (drums), Kevin McCreery (guitar), and Frank Green (bass). `All four members are veterans of the rock scene, and according to Geo are, "ready to take over the world!"

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

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