THE DEAD DAISIES have entered a North Hollywood, California studio to begin recording their new album. The follow-up to 2021’s “Holy Ground” is tentatively due later this year.
“Holy Ground” was released in January 2021. Recorded at La Fabrique Studios in the south of France with producer Ben Grosse, the LP was the band’s first to feature Glenn Hughes (DEEP PURPLE, BLACK COUNTRY COMMUNION), who joined the group in 2019 as its new bassist and vocalist, replacing John Corabi (MÖTLEY CRÜE) and Marco Mendoza (THIN LIZZY).
Drummer Deen Castronovo (JOURNEY) announced his exit from THE DEAD DAISIES in January 2021, two days after the band’s publicist revealed that Tommy Clufetos (OZZY OSBOURNE, BLACK SABBATH) would rejoin THE DEAD DAISIES when they hit the road in support of “Holy Ground”. Clufetos previously toured with THE DEAD DAISIES in 2015.
Two months ago, THE DEAD DAISIES announced the return of drummer extraordinaire Brian Tichy to the musical collective of Hughes, Doug Aldrich (guitar) and David Lowy (guitar).
Brian first joined THE DEAD DAISIES in 2013 during the U.S. “Uproar” tour and has regularly played with the band ever since, including highlights in Cuba, in Poland with an immense orchestra at the Woodstock Festival (Poland) and performed on the “Revolución” and “Make Some Noise” albums. He is also known for playing with WHITESNAKE, FOREIGNER and OZZY OSBOURNE, among others.
Brian & Doug hit the LA studios… Set up drums today and gettin’ sounds tomorrow before the recording process starts!! ????
Let the ROCK begin! ⚡️⚡️#TheDeadDaisies #InTheStudio 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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