L.A. Guns Complete Recording New Studio Album
February 25, 2012
L.A. Guns have completed recording their new studio album, the band’s first since 2005’s ‘Tales From The Strip’, and will start the mixing process on Monday.
Tentatively the CD, produced by Andy Johns with appearances from former band members Mick Cripps and Kelly Nickels, will include fifteen new original songs and one track in Spanish. Ther band will also stage a ‘big old school’ video shoot next week in Hollywood for a couple of songs from the new record. A short video from the studio on the first day of recording at Stagg Studio in Los Angeles on February 6th can be viewed below.
In January L.A. Guns — featuring Phil Lewis, Steve Riley, Stacey Blades and Scotty Griffin — announced the signing of their new record deal with Cleopatra Records.
A CD and vinyl release, as well as bonus tracks available only on iTunes, is set for early summer. A nine-month World Tour following the release is also currently being put together.
Singer Phil Lewis was thrilled to get back in the studio to record once again with Andy by saying, “We’ve been waiting a long time to get back in and record. Our last album, ‘Tales From The Strip’, was incredibly well-received and we’re looking forward to putting out something even better! With today’s uncertain musical landscape it’s great to have a label like Cleopatra Records behind us. We’ve been friends with Brian Perera (Cleopatra Records owner and founder) for a long time, and are really looking forward to working together on this and many more projects with him in the future.”
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