Neurotica team up with AC/DC's Brian Johnson again.
The world is catching on to what we have
been saying all along... Neurotica is one of best new bands to come
out in the 90s.
Things are really starting to happen for
the Florida metal band. First our sister site rocknworld.com named their
second release Living in Dog Years the best album of 1999. Now they landed
two deals which will help put them on the road to super-stardom.
AC/DCs Brian Johnson discovered the band
a couple of years ago playing in a small venue in Florida. He helped get
them a record deal and produced their debut record, Seed. Neurotica have
once again teamed up with Brian on a movie soundtrack the AC/DC frontman
is supervising. Neurotica have already begun work on the title track for
the new movie "A Private War" staring Party of Five's Neve Campbell. The
band has asked Doug Kaye to produce the song. Kaye was the man at helm
for the bands latest release Living in Dog Years.
Brain Johnson will join Neurotica for a
remake of the song he co-wrote with Kaye for Neurotica's debut album "Seed."
The new version of "Deadly Sin" will feature Brian and Neurotica's lead
vocalist Kelly Shaefer on dueling lead vocals.
There is no release date yet for the film
or soundtrack, but we will keep you posted. However, you will be able to
catch songs from the "Living in Dog Years" on MTV starting in February
2000. MTV Networks has licensed all 11 tracks from the album to use
as background music on their shows Undressed, Making the Video and
The Road Home.
You can also see the band on the road in
2000 as they tour North America to support "Living in Dog Years".
So like antiGUY told you when he named
this band artist of the month in November, if you haven't already picked
up a copy of "Living in Dog Years" you better hurry. Soon, you will no
longer be able to tell people you were listening to this band before everyone
else caught on to the phenomenon that is Neurotica!