ROCK CITY MORGUE Add New Drummer

New Orleans, Louisiana-based ROCK CITY MORGUE, the band featuring former WHITE ZOMBIE bassist Sean Yseult and ex-MAN SCOUTS OF AMERICA frontman Rik Slave, have added THE B MOVIE RATS drummer Andy Baker to their ranks. Baker "was recruited for his insane drumming, his ability to maintain the MORGUE nocturnal party schedule, and for being an all around badass," according to the band's official web site. "THE MORGUE was never merrier!"

ROCK CITY MORGUE's recently-completed six-song EP, "Some Ghouls", will be released in May. It was recorded at New Orleans' Truck Farm Studios with producer Daniel Rey (THE RAMONES).

Upcoming ROCK CITY MORGUE tour dates:

Mar. 11 – New Orleans, LA @ El Matadors' Rock and Roll High School
Mar. 13 – Austin, TX @ Room 710
Mar. 14 - Austin, TX @ Red Eye Fly
Mar. 16 – Dallas, TX @ Spider Babies
Mar. 28 – New Orleans, LA @ Shim Sham Club (w/ THE CRAMPS)

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