Trixter Return with New Album
The reunited Trixter will release their first album of new material since their 1992 classic Hear! on April 24 in the USA and April 20 in Europe.
Formed in Paramus, New Jersey during 1983, Trixter supported Skid Row and Kix on the club circuit before signing with Mechanic/MCA for their self-titled debut album in 1990, which led to Billboard hits and #1 MTV videos like "Give It To Me Good," "One in a Million" and "Surrender." Although Hear! was a harder-edged album, it arrived when grunge was achieving dominance and the band eventually called it quits. The band reunited in 2007, and the resulting album, New Audio Machine, features songwriting input from Glen Burtnik of Styx as well as Snake Sabo and Rachel Bolan of Skid Row. The line-up remains the same as the band's gold record-scoring heyday: Peter Loran on lead vocals and rhythm guitar, Steve Brown on guitar, PJ Farley on bass and Mark "Gus" Scott on drums. "We take pride in the fact that we are one of the few bands of our genre that have all original members," Brown said.
New Audio Machine will be released via Frontiers Records.