Sleazy Way Out looking for new drummer after parting ways with Joey Boucher

Sleazy Way Out looking for new drummer after parting ways with Joey Boucher

About six months after the release of their sophomore album Here Comes Trouble, Montreal, Quebec, Canada based rockers Sleazy Way Out featuring frontman Stacey Sleaze, guitarist Cleve and bassist Xavier have parted ways with their drummer Joey Boucher and they are looking for a replacement.

The following message was posted on Sleazy Way Out‘s Facebook page earlier today:

“Sleazers!…We have parted ways with our drummer Joey…thanks for the last 3 years dude and we wish you all the best going forward.

interested in drumming for us? contact us at

interested candidates need to meet the following criteria:
must have a valid passport
must have your own gear
should have stage and recording experience”

Boucher was introduced as Sleazy Way Out‘s new drummer back in August 2017.

Of note, there might be a shortage of drummers in Canada given that sleaze rockers Löve Räzer (based in Windsor, Ontario) and power metal rockers Shock (based in Ottawa, Ontario) are either without a drummer or have lost a drummer semi-recently.

Sleaze Roxx stated the following in its review of Sleazy Way Out‘s album Here Comes Trouble: “Plain and simple – if you like your rock squeaky clean perfect, listen to some eighties Cheap Trick. But if you like to hear noisy, sweaty, live sounding, imperfect warts and all hard rock, you’ll love this record and despite my opinion that it could have benefited from a few of the tracks being left off, you’ll love all twelve of ’em. Would I still like to hear the guys release something with a fuller mix and more time spent on the vocals? Sure but Sleazy Way Out‘s latest is still a cool enough, raw rock record in its own state and to be honest, I bet if I look hard enough I can still find some early demo and independently released L.A. hair metal tapes that this one blows out of the water. I’m looking forward to seeing (and hearing) what’s next for this band.”

Sleazy Way Out‘s “Not Gonna Be There” single: