TRIXTER: ‘Tattoos & Misery’ Video Released

“Tattoos Misery”, the new video from reunited good-time rock and rollers TRIXTER, can be seen below. The track is now available on iTunes. Click here to purchase.

“Tattoos Misery” was written by Steve Brown, P.J. Farley, Mark “Gus” Scott and Xandy Barry (THE ROLLING STONES, PUDDLE OF MUDD, BACKSTREET BOYS, MILEY CYRUS), mixed by Corey Pensa and is featured on TRIXTER‘s forthcoming album, “New Audio Machine”, which will be released on April 24 in North America via Frontiers Records. Featuring the band’s original lineup, the CD was produced by Steve Brown with extra production and engineering by Chuck Alkazian (ELTON JOHN, CHRISTINA AGUILERA, TESLA) and includes songwriting contributions by SKID ROW‘s Snake Sabo and Rachel Bolan and STYX‘s Glen Burtnik.

Commented TRIXTER frontman Pete Loran, “After all these years playing and recording with this band, I would say I am most proud of this record!” Lead guitarist Steve Brown added, “‘New Audio Machine is everything TRIXTER was and everything we are now. I can’t wait for the world to hear it!”

“New Audio Machine” track listing:

01. Drag Me Down
02. Get On It
03. Dirty Love
04. Machine
05. Live For The Day
06. Ride
07. Physical Attraction
08. Tattoos Misery
09. The Coolest Thing
10. Save Your Soul
11. Walk With A Stranger
12. Heart Of Steel (bonus acoustic track)

Formed in Paramus, New Jersey in 1984, TRIXTER‘s self-titled debut album attained gold status (reaching #28 on The Billboard 200 in 1990), and spawned three minor hit singles: “Surrender” (#72), “One In A Million” (#75), and “Give It To Me Good” (#65). Despite the fact that none of the singles made the Top 40 or garnered much radio airplay, the videos for all three tunes were in heavy rotation on MTV (especially “Give It To Me Good”, which was #1 on the channel for several weeks). A follow-up effort, “Hear”, came out in 1992, but failed to reach the same commercial heights. The band recorded an album of cover songs, “Undercovers”, in 1994, which garnered little commercial success, and TRIXTER broke up shortly after its release.

TRIXTER announced the reunion of its original lineup in 2007 and has since played a number of shows, including the Rocklahoma festival in 2008.

TRIXTER‘s current lineup features Pete Loran on lead vocals and guitar, Steve Brown on lead guitar, P.J. Farley on bass and Gus Scott on drums.

TRIXTER will take to the road beginning in May to support the new offering.

 

 

 

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