The Alien Blakk Recruits New Bassist Kelly Conlon
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The Alien Blakk, the group fronted by guitarist/producer Joshua Craig, has announced today that former Death bassist Kelly Conlon has joined the group. Conlon, best known for his work on the Death album "Symbolic," is said to be "hard at work putting his touch on the groups material. Kelly has had a unique impact on the bands music and has a great approach to the new Alien tunes and interpreting Dave's playing approach. He has made the tunes his own" stated Craig.
"The songs are coming along really well, Dave always writes interesting bass lines. I think collaborating with Josh will be fun and challenging. His writing style is unpredictable and should keep me on my toes. " said Conlon on being part of The Alien Blakk.
Conlon will make his live debut at the free live show on Tuesday, April 6, 2010 at 6 p.m. in Chandler, Arizona along side a healthy dose of other special guest musicians. Conlon is also making the transition to all North American touring commitments that have availed themselves to The Alien Blakk as well, so keep tuned for upcoming U.S. dates in May and June.
The band's new album "Bekoming" is due on April 6 and the track listing is as follows:
1. Bekoming (feat. Mark Hamill)
2. Erased (feat. Donnie Hamby of Double Drive)
3. The Path (feat. Deron Miller of CKY)
4. I Tried You
6. Runnin' Down A Dream (TOM PETTY cover)
7. Voices Hearing Voices
8. Hate Me (feat. Eric A.K. of Flotsam & Jetsam)
10. Will I?
12. A Lie
13. Snowblind (BLACK SABBATH cover) (feat. duet with Joshua Craig & Eric A.K.)
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