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2007's Dopesnake, the group went with mostly original compositions, as well as a few covers that feature special guests -- Tracii Guns, Mick Taylor, Pat Travers, and even a former member of G N' R, Gilby Clarke. Expectedly, the originals sound very reminiscent of early Guns N' Roses -- especially "My Deceit," "Come Down," "Hell Yeah!" -- while the covers (Thin Lizzy's "Jailbreak," UFO's "Lights Out," etc.) keep the rock & roll party moving along. With the chances of an original Guns N' Roses reunion looking increasingly slim anytime soon, Dopesnake is certainly an entertaining alternative. ~ Greg Prato, All Music Guide -


Hollywood Roses/Dopesnake - (Deadline Records) Produced by Brad Cook.

Movie: Attitude for Destruction - Nominated for BEST SOUNDTRACK.

NEW LIVE EP to be released 2010.

Played with Hatebreed at SxSW 2007.

Also ALL MEMBERS have many releases with a plethora of bands, including Faster Pussycat, Motochrist, LA Guns, The Throbs, NY Loose, The Dwarves, Beautiful Creatures and more.

Endorsements from many companies for the musicians in DOPESNAKE.



This is what happens when 4 rock n roll deviants hang out in Hollywood
The rock n roll Gods looked down and said
featuring members of Hollywood Roses, Faster Pussycat, The Dwarves, The Throbs and Motochrist (to only name a few), someone gave these boys too much whisky, too many chemicals, and long crazy nights. The result was the rock n roll chaos called

How did DOPESNAKE begin?
"Dopesnake began when I got together w/ Danny Nordahl (The Throbs, Faster Pussycat, MotoChrist) and we just started gelling. He came up with the riff for “Hell Yeah!” (The 1st song on the record) and we just kept on going…the motto of that album was “What would Iggy (Pop) do”? It was supposed to be a “Hollywood Roses” original record, but “Dopesnake” became its own animal" - Colby Veil -Lead Vocalist