The Dead Daisies begin recording a new album
DEAD DAISIES walked into a studio in North Hollywood, California to start recording their new album. The sequel to 2021 “Holy Land” is tentatively due later this year.
“Holy Land” was released in January 2021. Recorded at The Factory Studios in the south of France with producer Big Benthe LP was the band’s first to feature Glenn Hughes (DARK PURPLE, COMMUNION IN THE BLACK COUNTRY), who joined the band in 2019 as their new bassist and vocalist, replacing John Corabi (MOTLEY CRUE) and Marco Mendoza (SLIM LIZZY).
Drummer Deen Castronovo (TRAVEL) announced its release from DEAD DAISIES in January 2021, two days after the band’s publicist revealed that Tommy Clufetos (OZZY OSBOURNE, BLACK SABBATH) would join DEAD DAISIES when they hit the road to support “Holy Land”. Clufètes already shot with DEAD DAISIES in 2015.
Two months ago, DEAD DAISIES announced the return of drummer extraordinaire Brian Tichy to the musical collective of Hughes, Doug Aldrich (guitar) and David Lowy (guitar).
brian joined for the first time DEAD DAISIES in 2013 in the United States “Uproar” toured and played regularly with the band since, including highlights in Cuba, Poland with a huge orchestra in woodstock festival (Poland) and executed on the “Revolution” and “Make noise” scrapbooks. He is also known to play with WHITE SNAKE, FOREIGNER and OZZY OSBOURNEamong others.
Brian & Doug went to the studios in LA… Install the drums today and get the sounds tomorrow before the recording process begins!! ????
Let the ROCK begin! ⚡️⚡️#TheDeadDaisies #In the studio pic.twitter.com/O2sqjDADpZ
— The Dead Daisies (@TheDeadDaisies) March 7, 2022
Officially day 1 in the studio for the new Dead Daisies record! We can’t wait for you to hear it! ??? pic.twitter.com/q6z4XLCFwv
— The Dead Daisies (@TheDeadDaisies) March 8, 2022
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