Former WRATHCHILD Frontman's WILDSIDE RIOT: New Music Posted Online

Three demo songs from WILDSIDE RIOT, the U.K.-based band led by former WRATHCHILD frontman Rocky Shades, can be streamed in the YouTube clips below. The group, which promises to "bring together the old and new style of sleaze rock with songs designed to make you feel good and want to start a riot," is currently in the studio recording its debut album for an early 2012 release. According to Shades, the CD is "ripping its way through the mixing console like a thing possessed and is causing cranial damage to electrodes, diodes and other things that spark and light up, recreating Halloween, Christmas and the birth of the chosen one all over again and again... at the flick of a proverbial switch."

WILDSIDE RIOT is:

Rocky "Wrekkless" Shades - Vocals
Joss Riot - Lead Guitar
Jimmy Gunn - Guitar
Gaz Wilde - Drums
J.C. - Bass

For more information, visit www.facebook.com/wildsideriot.

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