ADLER'S APPETITE In Pre-Production With CINDERELLA Drummer

ADLER'S APPETITE — the band led by former GUNS N' ROSES drummer Steven Adler — will begin pre-production on its new album tomorrow (Thursday, November 18) with CINDERELLA drummer Fred Coury at the helm. An early 2011 release is expected.

"Freddy and I have a lot of history together," says Adler. "He actually filled in for me in GUNS N' ROSES over 20 years ago when I injured myself and we have been great friends ever since, I am really looking forward to making a real rock and roll record with him."

ADLER'S APPETITE recently released a new single, "Alive". It is currently available on iTunes as well as via other online music stores. This is the first chance for fans to get the full version of the track.

A radio edit of "Alive" was released on July 29 in conjunction with Adler's tell-all autobiography, "My Appetite for Destruction: Sex, and Drugs, and Guns N' Roses".

"The new songs are coming along great," Adler previously stated. "After the response we got from performing 'Alive' all summer, we are really excited to put out more original music."

"We are really excited to be moving forward with original material," added ADLER'S APPETITE guitarist Alex Grossi (QUIET RIOT). "I think people are really going to like the direction we are going in."

ADLER'S APPETITE's current lineup is rounded out by guitarist Michael Thomas (FASTER PUSSYCAT), bassist Chip Z'nuff (ENUFF Z'NUFF) and vocalist Rick Stitch (LADYJACK).

"Alive" audio sample:

In "My Appetite for Destruction", Adler tells all, fearlessly addressing his struggles with heroin and crack addiction; his financial ruin after being kicked out of GN'R; his shattered marriage; and the severe health problems that nearly claimed his life on several occasions.

Steven finally appears to have beaten his epic twenty-year addiction. He has remained clean and sober for over the last few months under the watchful eye of family friend Dr. Drew Pinsky.

For more information, visit www.adlersappetiteonline.com.

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