Warrior Records announced today that the debut CD entitled, “Love the Sin, Hate the Sinner” by the newest super-group
Saints of the Underground (by way of Ratt, Warrant, and Alice Cooper) is now available on iTunes. “This gives fans an early listen to platinum-selling artists four weeks before the CD officially goes on sale, April 22nd,” said President & CEO Jim Ervin of Warrior Records, a division of L.A. Entertainment, Inc. “With the growing buzz surrounding the band, it seemed a natural to work with iTunes for an early digital release of their music.”
Ratt, Warrant, Alice Cooper — the roots of rock’s newest super group, Saints of the Underground. You can call them S.O.T.U.
S.O.T.U. — drummer Bobby Blotzer and bassist Robbie Crane (Ratt), vocalist Jani Lane (Warrant) and guitarist Keri Keli (Alice Cooper) — are set to rock the charts April 22 with their debut CD, “Love the Sin, Hate the Sinner” — mixed by Andy Johns, whose credits include the Rolling Stones and Led Zeppelin.
A music business that enjoys increasing sales of Guitar Hero and Rock Band video games, is already hearing significant feedback about S.O.T.U.’s premiere effort — written and produced by Jani, Bobby, and Keri — which features tracks such as “Dead Man Shoes,” “All in How You Wear It,” “Signs of Life,” as well as a mesmerizing take on the Stones classic, “Moonlight Mile.”
“With more than six decades of combined experience, S.O.T.U. represents classic hard rock with current elements of today’s rock genre,” said Kelli.
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