FOZZY: YJ Stinger Commercial Posted Online

A YJ Stinger commercial, featuring an appearance by FOZZY, has been uploaded in Quicktime format at this location. The energy-drink commercial, which started airing last week on WWE wrestling programs "Raw" and "Smackdown", features an updated version of the song "Don't You Wish You Were Me", which was included on the recently released "WWE Originals" CD (Columbia).

In other news, FOZZY have finished recording the drum and bass parts for their third album, and Rich Ward is currently finishing up the tracking on all guitar parts. Titled "All That Remains", the follow-up to 2002's "Happenstance" is tentatively due in August through an as-yet-undisclosed label (the group were previously signed to Megaforce Records).

FOZZY's next live appearance will take place on April 12 at the Metro in Chicago, Illinois. For more information, call (773) 549-4140.

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