Steelshine Releases Third Single “Psychedelic Girl”
April 12, 2012
Steelshine — the new project featuring King Kobra and Big Cock guitarist Dave Henzerling, Greg Leon Invasion and Big Cock drummer John Covington, and former Adler’s Appetite vocalist Seann ‘Tarsha’ Nicols — have released their third single entitled “Psychedelic Girl”. The new song follows the band’s previous singles, a cover of Lady Gaga’s “Paparazzi” and the hard rocking original “Laughing With The Sinners” — both of which are now available for purchase and preview through iTunes.
Henzerling, who handles guitars, keyboards and bass in Steelshine tells SleazeRoxx.com, “I’ve had this project (Steelshine) brewing in my head for some time. This new song is part of a ten song collection that I’ll be releasing one-per-month, aggregating all into a complete album towards the end of the year. There’s a lot of diverse stuff coming up, but I believe there’s a cohesive thread weaving through all the songs. It’s been a great privilege working with my good friend John Covington on drums again and with stellar vocalist Seann “Tarsha” Nicols.”
Steelshine can currently be found at steelshine.net and www.facebook.com/pages/Steelshine/131304503659682.
Henzerling has played in Keel, Lizzy Borden, Big Cock and Tunnel, but is best known for his work with King Kobra under the name David Michael-Philips. King Kobra recently reunited and released their self-titled comeback album on May 10, 2011 through Frontiers Records with new vocalist Paul Shortino of Rough Cutt fame.
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