Original VICIOUS RUMORS Bassist Returns With WILDESTARR

WILDESTARR, the new band featuring original VICIOUS RUMORS bassist Dave Starr alongside vocalist London Wilde, has recently begun recording their debut album at Trident Studios in Pacheco California. Co-producing along with the band is Juan Urteaga (TESTAMENT, VICIOUS RUMORS, EXODUS). The first single, "Generation Next", has been completed, and will be available for a free download online sometime in April.

WILDESTARR band lineup is: Dave Starr on all guitar and bass, London Wilde on vocals and keyboards, and studio/session drummer R.R. Valdez.

Starr quit VICIOUS RUMORS for the last time on January 23, 2007. Dave played bass on the first five VICIOUS RUMORS albums (and was featured in several other VICIOUS RUMORS DVDs, MTV videos, and band compilations). He returned to the band in 2005 to record the new "Warball" CD in 2006.


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