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L.A. GUNS – ‘Another Xmas In Hell’ : new EP out 06.12.19 (Frontiers)

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Just in time for the holiday season and, more importantly, Christmas carolling season, L.A. Guns have released a brand new EP, ‘Another Xmas In Hell’. Featuring covers of holiday classics by The Damned, Ramones, Slade and Billy Squier, these tracks will surely liven up your holiday festivities and provide a suitable soundtrack to guzzling down your spiked eggnog.
The EP also features a special guest appearance from the one and only William Shatner. Yes, THAT William Shatner.
Stream or download ‘Another Xmas In Hell’ on your preferred digital service:
1. The Bills/Christmas Is The Time To Say I Love You feat. William Shatner (Billy Squier cover)
2. Merry Xmas Everybody (Slade cover)
3. Dreidel
4. There Ain’t No Sanity Clause (The Damned cover)
5. Merry Christmas (I Don’t Want To Fight Tonight) (Ramones cover)
In between ongoing touring activities, L.A. Guns are currently writing songs for a new studio album tentatively due for release in late 2020 via Frontiers Records. This will be their third record since the
welcome reunion of the band’s core foundation of vocalist Phil Lewis and guitarist Tracii Guns and will follow the well received albums ‘The Missing Peace’ and ‘The Devil You Know’, plus the live
release ‘Made In Milan’. More details to follow in 2020.
European tour dates, including UK shows, are scheduled for May 2020. 
In the meantime, make sure to crank up ‘Another Xmas In Hell’ loud enough to let your neighbours enjoy the music too and perhaps to send your in-laws running out the door….

L.A. GUNS – ‘The Devil You Know’ 2019 photo by Jason Christopher
Phillip Lewis – vocals
Tracii Guns – guitar
Johnny Martin – bass
Shane Fitzgibbon – drums
Ace Von Johnson – guitar
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