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STARWOOD Putting Finishing Touches On New Album

Los Angeles-based rock outfit STARWOOD, featuring members of the Eighties heavy metal band LIZZY BORDEN, are continuing work on their sophomore album, tentatively due later in the year via an as-yet-undetermined label. The upcoming CD will be the follow-up to the group's debut album, "If It Ain't Broke, Break It!", which was released in July 2004 through Metal Blade Records.

Commented STARWOOD frontman Lizzy: "The STARWOOD record is almost done and it is amazing! We are all so happy with the way it's coming out. I think you all are going to love it. Everyone thinks it is so good that it would be better served on a major label. There has already been some interest in that arena and we haven’t even finished the record yet. So, as soon as we finish recording and get the mix just perfect, we are going to shop it around. We're not sure how long this process is going to take, and we are not going to rush it because we know it will be worth the wait to release it the right way. So keep the troops going in full force! STARWOOD is bringing something very special to the table.

"We want to thank all the street teamers that are out beating the drum for STARWOOD. Your passion is contagious and we can feel your energy every day while we record. Just knowing you're out there, and waiting patiently for new STARWOOD makes us work that much harder in the studio to make this record just for you. So keep the fires burning – STARWOOD is coming!"

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March 27, 2006 - Posted by | ROCK

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