THE VASELINE RATS To Embark On Tour Of U.K., Europe

U.K. band THE VASELINE RATS will be touring England over the summer and Europe in the fall. The trek will be one of their first in the U.K. after THE VASELINE RATS made their debut mid-2004 with a tour of the U.S. as part of a celebration of 20 years of New Wave Of British Heavy Metal with Al Atkins (JUDAS PRIEST), Jess Cox (TYGERS OF PAN TANG) and Dennis Stratton (IRON MAIDEN, PRAYING MANTIS).

THE VASELINE RATS are currently teaming up in the studio with original JUDAS PRIEST vocalist and founder member Al Atkins to work on his fifth solo album, entitled "Demon Deceiver". Recent material recorded with Atkins also features DIAMOND HEAD guitarist Brian Tattler on a blistering new track called "Blood Demons and Whiskey".

For more information, visit www.thevaselinerats.com.

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