DEADSY: New Song Posted Online

DEADSY, the Los Angeles-based band featuring frontman P. Exeter Blue I (a.k.a. Elijah Blue, son of actress/singer Cher and Gregg Allman), have posted a demo snippet of the new track "Better Than You Know" in streaming audio format at their official web site. Check it out: Windows Media (56K, DSL/Cable), Real Audio.

As previously reported, DEADSY have set "Phantasmagore" as the title for their sophomore album, tentatively due in late 2003/early 2004 through Dreamworks Records.

Among the tracks set to appear on the CD are the following:

01. Comforter Cave
02. Phantasmagore
03. Colossus
04. Better Than You Know
05. Heaven and Earth

DEADSY's 2002 debut, " Commencement", included a guest appearance by KORN frontman Jonathan Davis in the song "The Key to Gramercy Park".

(Thanks: deathride13 / message board)


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