Former Horsehead Members Pledge New Album -
Scott Kingman and Andy McLean, Noise11, Photo

Scott Kingman and Andy McLean

Former Horsehead Members Pledge New Album

by Paul Cashmere on June 1, 2013

in News,Noise Pro

Horsehead members Scott Kingman and Andy McLean are calling on the old Horsehead fans to help them crowd-fund a new music.

Scott Kingman and Andy McLean, Noise11, Photo

Scott Kingman and Andy McLean

Horsehead formed in 1990 and released their debut self-titled album on Mushroom in 1993. The band broke up in 2000.

Since the break-up Scott has been working as a studio musician and is a current member of Screaming Jets. Andy has continued songwriting.

“We are excited to be bringing these songs into the studio environment and cant wait to send them out to the world in the form of a brand new album,” Scott and Andy said in a statement. “We will revisit the guitar based melodic rock genre we are known for and are really enthused with the results so far. With the support and involvement of some of the best players that we have both worked with over the years, we are gearing up to produce the best record we have ever made”.

Fans who pledge towards the recording costs all receive a digital download of the album and the various pledges have options for the album on CD, collectors editions, your name in the liner notes, an invite to the listening party and an executive producer credit on the album.

Check out the PledgeMusic page for Scott and Andy to contribute.



Related Posts

R.Kelly, music news,
Prosecutor Wants R. Kelly Jurors Identify Protected

Federal prosecutors are seeking to keep the identity of potential jurors in R. Kelly's upcoming New York sex trial hidden amid obstruction of justice concerns.

2 days ago
Gavin Rossdale, Bush: Photo By Ros O'Gorman
Gavin Rossdale Calls Divorce With Gwen Stefani His Most Embarrassing Moment

Gavin Rossdale went viral on Monday after labelling his split from Gwen Stefani the "most embarrassing" moment of his life.

4 days ago
Kasabian, music news,
Tom Meighan Sentenced To 200 Hours of Community Service

Former Kasabian frontman Tom Meighan has been sentenced to 200 hours of unpaid community service after pleading guilty to assaulting his ex-fiancee.

4 days ago
Kasabian, music news,
Tom Meighan Quits Kasabian

Kasabian frontman Tom Meighan has left the band after struggling with "personal issues that have affected his behaviour".

4 days ago
Ryan Adams. photo by Ros O'Gorman
Ryan Adams Apologises For His Sexual Assault Accusers

Ryan Adams has issued an apology for his past behaviour after being accused of sexual and psychological abuse by multiple women.

5 days ago
Pharrell Williams, Photo by Ian Laidlaw 2
Pharrell Has A Netflix Special On The Way

Pharrell Williams is bringing gospel music from his Virginia hometown to Netflix in a new TV series.

5 days ago
The New Evanescence Video Was Shot On iPhones

The video for ‘The Game Is Over’, the new song from Evanescence, was all shot on iPhones.

5 days ago