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Bulletboys frontman performs on Eagles Of Death Metal soundtrack cut

June 14, 2018 // 0 Comments

JESSE Hughes and Marq Torien have collaborated on the new soundtrack for the movie Super Troopers 2, the Bulletboys singer has revealed. “He invited me to come and sing with Eagles of Death Metal on their new body of work,” Marq Torien tells the latest episode of the White Line Fever podcast. “We just got finished working doing the soundtrack for the now movie, Super Troopers 2. We re-did a song called ‘Blinded By The Light’. and it sounds unreal. “When you guys hear that, it’s going to be coming out really, really soon … I’m just ecstatic.” “Blinded By The Light” was first released by Manfred Man in 1976; [read on]

Torien recalls 2011 Bulletboys reunion “with distain”

June 11, 2018 // 0 Comments

SINGER Mark Torien says he looks back on the reunion of the Bulletboys original line-up in 2011 “with distain and sadness”. Torien, guitarist Mick Sweda bassist Lonnie Vencent and drummer Jimmy D’Anda reunited on December 30, 2011 at the Key Club in Hollywood and despite declaring from the stage they would never break up again, haven’t played together since. Sweda, Vencent and D’Anda instead maintain an alternative version of the band called Lies, Deceit and Treachery while Torien continues to play with other musicians under the Bulletboys name. Asked on the White Line Fever podcast he remembers on the reunion show, Torien [read on]

Bulletboys announce new album, drop video

January 5, 2018 // 0 Comments

HOLLYWOOD’s Bulletboys return with a new album entitled From Out Of The Skies on on March 23 and have posted a video for the first single, “D-Evil”. Jesse Hughes from Eagles Of Death Metal guests on vocals for the track, which is tougher and heavier ditty than most of the material on 2015’s Elefante. From Out Of The Skies was recorded at the Foo Fighters’ Studio 606. In a media release, singer Marq Torien was quoted as saying: “Writing and recording From Out Of The Skies was a humbling experience and recording this unpredictable album at the Foo Fighters’ Studio 606 was unbelievable and magical. Dave [read on]