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New sleaze superstar group Angels In Vein featuring members of L.A. Guns and more

A new sleaze rock “superstar” group has just been formed by the name of Angels In Vein. The new sleaze rock group features ex-members of Faster Pussycat, L.A. Guns and White Lion.

Angels In Vein‘s line-up is as follows:
Chris VanDahl – vocals
Todd (Taz) Anthony – guitars
Stacey Blades – guitars
Eric Stacy – bass
Troy Patrick Farrell – drums

In terms of when we can expect music from Angels In Vein, the group posted the following comment (with a slight edit) a few hours ago to an inquiry made on its Facebook page: “The album is in the works and near completion. The first single should be available either later this month or beginning of next. Really depends on how long it takes to finish editing process on the first video.
Either way it will be reasonably soon and well worth it!

Angels In Vein‘s singer Chris VanDahl is best known for his time in L.A. Guns where he sang on the group’s American Hardcore album, which was released in 1996.

Angels In Vein‘s guitarist Stacey Blades is best known for his time in L.A. Guns including playing on that group’s Tales From the Strip (2005) andHollywood Forever (2012) albums. Blades also wrote his autobiography entitled Snake Eyes: Confessions Of A Replacement Rockstar, which was released on paperback in 2009 and which contains a large excerpt from a Sleaze Roxx CD review.

Angels In Vein‘s bassist Eric Stacy is best known for his time in Faster Pussycat and has played on that group’s three best known albums: Faster Pussycat (1987), Wake Me When It’s Over (1989) and Whipped! (1992).

Angels In Vein‘s guitarist Todd (Taz) Anthony is a long-time friend of VanDahl and the two of them played together in a band called Cherry Street.

Finally, Angels In Vein‘s drummer Troy Patrick Farrell is best known for his time in White Lion from 2004 to 2013.


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  • 2 weeks later...

Lead vocalist looks like the second coming of Steven Tyler.


Haha, yeah, I was all like "what's Steven Tyler doing trying to sneak out the bottom right hand corner of the shot above?" Jeez he looks (and sounds) unrecognisable compared to his 'American Hardcore' days.


Not sure what I think of the song. It's kinda cool, but I'm certainly not sold by any means. But I'm interested.

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Yeah, thanks. After posting I realised I could look myself, and went to their site.

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