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"FMQB Specialty Top 10 Album Release, Intoxicated - Aug 2010"

2010 is shaping up to be a great year for Sky Parade. We want to thank all the DJs around the country who are supporting our new album, Intoxicated. What a great lineup! With bands like Arcade Fire and our friends the Black Angels & The Dandy Warhols, we are excited to be on the FMQB Independent radio charts with like minded artists. For a small Indie band with virtually no backing, no manager, no booking agent and no budget we want to thank everyone for believing in this album as much as we do. And BIG thank you to everyone who has been downloading our albums, buying our CDs (sorry, no sound scan here) online and at our shows. THANK YOU!
- FMQB


"KEXP Song Of The Day, Sky Parade - Aug 2010"

Song of the Day: Sky Parade ? I Should Be Coming Up (But I Keep Coming Down)
By RYAN BORT | Published: AUGUST 23, 2010

Every Monday through Friday, we deliver a different song as part of our Song of the Day podcast subscription. This podcast features exclusive KEXP in-studio performances, unreleased songs, and recordings from independent artists that our DJs think you should hear. Each and every Friday, we offer songs by local artists. Today’s selection, featured on the Midday Show with Cheryl Waters, is “I Should Be Coming Up (But I Keep Coming Down)” by Sky Parade from their 2010 album Intoxicated on Custom Made Music.


Sky Parade ? I Should Be Coming Up (But I Keep Coming Down) (MP3)
Fronted by former Brian Jonestown Massacre bassist Tommy Dietrick, Sky Parade have stayed close to their roots in 90s alt-rock psychedelia with their third full-length album Intoxicated. It’s not hard to recognize Sky Parade’s ties to bands such as BJM, The Dandy Warhols, and, more recently, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, right down to the familiar hooks, progressions, and Dietrick’s aired-out vocals. Also contributing to the resemblance is the fact that Dandy Warhol’s frontman Courtney Taylor-Taylor produced the album, and keyboardist Zia McCabe is featured on a track or two, including today’s Song of the Day, “I Should Be Coming Up (But I Keep On Coming Down).”

Just as much as Sky Parade might resemble the psychedelic pop/rock bands they are associated with, they play a unique kind of synth-y, modern psychedelia that isn’t tripped out so much that it isn’t easily accessible. They are a popular rock band that has strong psychedelic and shoegaze influences, not the other way around (though the band speaks highly of Roky Erickson, they do not resemble psychedelic bands of the 60s as much as, say, The Black Angels).

“I Should Be Coming Up (But I Keep Coming Down)” typifies this sound as well the struggle-to-keep-the-high-going mentality, and is the clear choice as the first single off of Intoxicated. The extremely well-done, albeit odd video directed by Marcos Durian is below.

Sky Parade are currently touring and will be coming back around to Seattle at The Comet on Capitol Hill on October 8th. You can watch videos from their recent in-studio session at KEXP and this brand new official video:

- KEXP.ORG


"Sky Parade, Intoxicated Album Preview - July 2010"

We’ve received a small but perfectly formed package courtesy of Custom Made Music of Virginia USA. Sky Parade hail from Los Angeles and have recently released their new album “Intoxicated” from which this five track sampler is taken. Quite simply this is a prime slice of psychedelic pop music that you can dance to. Unsurprisingly given that this is produced by Courtney Taylor Taylor and features Zia McCabe there is a hint of the Dandy Warhols to proceedings. However where the Dandies have often seemed a bit two dimensional, Sky Parade appear on this showing at least to be as near to a complete package as you could hope for of a band of this ilk.

Their singer reminds me at times of Kurt Ralske, although the band has better, catchier hooks than even Ralske’s wonderful Ultra Vivid Scene. Check out “See the World from the Stars” to hear what I mean – killer chorus and psychedelic harmonies in the bridge, now what more can one ask for?

“Stars” is followed by another highlight, “Lonely Alibis”, the same laconic vocal, a druggy, slightly scuzzy feel and another fine chorus. “I Wanna Feel Alive” is the aptly-titled soundtrack for what sounds like early 90s summer pop – imagine the kids dancing to this one at Glasto whilst waving at the cameras (no it’s actually pretty good, trust me). Bookending all of this is the rousing hi-hat-to-the-fore single “I Should Be Coming Up (But I Keep Coming Down)” and “Distant Voices”, which showcases the band’s reflective, acoustic side, nothing particularly special perhaps but decently crafted and well delivered all the same. If the rest of the album is anywhere near this accomplished then I can’t wait to hear it. - TERRASCOPE UK


"Exclusive: Sky Parade To Release New Single - Feb 2010"

Exclusive: Sky Parade, ‘I Should Be Coming Up’
by KEVIN on FEBRUARY 4, 2010


L.A. popgazers Sky Parade have found psych-rock’s sweet spot on their new single, “I Should Be Coming Up (But I Keep Coming Down),” a three-minute fantasy-vs.-reality lament that pits an urgent rhythmic churn against giddy washes of synths. The song, produced by Courtney Taylor-Taylor of the Dandy Warhols and featuring the Dandys’ Zia McCabe on keyboards, is the first off Sky Parade’s forthcoming third full-length, “Intoxicated.” The album features appearances by McCabe, Dizzy Reed (Guns N’ Roses) and Jeff Schroeder (Smashing Pumpkins, the Lassie Foundation).

||| Download: “I Should Be Coming Up” - BUZZBANDS L.A.


"I Should Be Coming Up (But I Keep Coming Down) Review - Sept 2010"

Single Review: Sky Parade/Grand Atlantic

I don’t usually review singles (remember those?) but this one warrants attention. Sky Parade is a band fronted by Tommy Dietrick (ex-Brian Jonestown Massacre). The band’s song “I Should Be Coming Up (But I Keep Coming Down)” weds psych-pop with shoegaze and a discofied beat, resulting in a vibe not at all unlike Stone Roses. But the production aesthetic is more intimate, less stadium-oriented. Which is good. - MUSOSCRIBE


"Cool Video by Sky Parade & Fall Europe Tour Info - Sept 2010"

Here’s a cool video by our friends Sky Parade.
http://www.youtube.com/skyparademusic#p/a/u/0/7k_85nSt4Yg

They have gigs in the US, UK and France in October!
COURTNEY TAYLOR-TAYLOR - THE DANDY WARHOLS (www.dandywarhols.com)


"Sky Parade "Intoxicated" Release Details & Tour Dates - June 2010"

Sky Parade "Intoxicated" Release Details / Tour Dates

Custom Made Music are proud to announce the release of L.A. popgazers Sky Parade's new album "Intoxicated". Sky Parade are headed by former Brian Jonestown Massacre member Tommy Dietrick. The albums 1st single, “I Should Be Coming Up (But I Keep Coming Down),” is a three-minute fantasy-vs.-reality lament that pits an urgent rhythmic churn against giddy washes of synths. The song, produced by Courtney Taylor-Taylor of the Dandy Warhols also features the Dandys’ Zia McCabe on keyboards. The album is a psychedelic journey through 11 tracks that also feature appearances by Dizzy Reed (Guns N’ Roses) and Jeff Schroeder (Smashing Pumpkins, the Lassie Foundation). This album will be available as a 12" LP as well as a limited edition Specialty packaged CD. Pre-order info will be up soon. Keep checking www.custommademusicva.com for updates!!!

The LA Times have described the band as "A joyride of dense, churning guitars that sounds like Primal Scream getting Spiritualized!"

West Coast Record Release Tour Dates:

7/9 Los Angels-The Bootleg Theatre W/Black Nite Crash
7/10 San Francisco - The Hemlock W/Black Nite Crash
7/16 Seattle - Live On KEXP
7/16 Seattle - The Sunset Tavern W/Black Nite Crash
7/17 Portland-Langano Lounge W/1776 - EXPLODING IN SOUND


"Sunday Sampler Featuring Sky Parade - Aug 2010"


By One Track Mind on Sunday, August 15th, 2010 | 2,489 viewsSunday Samplers

Given the volume of music available for consideration on One Track Mind, we invariably have to pass on a lot of tasty morsels.

In a desire to share even more great, free music with you, the Sunday Sampler will offer a handful of tracks without the usual critical and biographical write-up. Less talk, more tunes.

Sky Parade “I Should Be Coming Up (But I Keep Coming Down)”
from Intoxicated
[ released 7/13 | indie rock ]

[ download ]

Frankie Rose and the Outs “Little Brown Haired Girls”
from Frankie Rose And The Outs
[ to be released 9/21 | indie rock, indie-pop ]

[ download ]

Carl Broemel “Heaven Knows”
from All Birds Say
[ to be released 8/31 | alt-country, alt-folk, indie-pop ]

[ download ]

Dark Dark Dark “Daydreaming”
from Wild Go
[ to be released 10/5 | indie-pop ]

[ download ]

Salem “King Night”
from King Night
[ to be released 9/28 | darkwave ]

[ download ] - ONE TRACK MIND


"5 Minutes With Sky Parade - April 2010"

Austin Psych Fest 3: Five Minutes With Sky Parade

Leading up to Austin Psych Fest 3 (this weekend at The Mohawk), we’ll be spending five minutes with many of the artists scheduled to perform at the festival. Today, we catch up with L.A.’s Sky Parade.

What does the term "psychedelic" conjure up in your mind?

For me, the term psychedelic is the idea of pushing boundaries to the point where comprehensible thoughts and ideas are reinforced by indefinable elements. These elements represent the point where language ends and allegorical representations begin. Feeling and emotion are enhanced by this connectivity in ways that are often indescribable. Psychedelic music aims to explore the possibilities of harmonic creation. It's a place where intuition and creativity meet. Psychedelic music tends to stay away from routine structures and this is what sets it apart from other genres in music.

Does Austin deserve to host a psychedelic music festival?

Absolutely. Austin is one of those places that defies the status quo, rebels against total conservative rule and encourages the ideals that spawned the psych movement. It's like the San Francisco of Texas only with cowboy hats instead of hipster jackets - it's home to some of the most interesting and hospitable people in the country.

Roky Erickson or Stevie Ray Vaughan?

Roky Erikson embodies the psychedelic movement as a pioneer of the sound that is psychedelic music.

What is right or wrong with the music industry today?

I didn't know there still was one. I thought Walmart took over?

If you could invite one musician, living or dead, on stage with you, who would it be?

I had the opportunity to record and perform with Robby Krieger of The Doors last year. I doubt if I will ever top that!

Thank you for spending five minutes with Austinist.
- THE AUSTINIST


"Sky Parade, Intoxicated Album Review - Sept 2010"

Sky Parade, Intoxicated (Custom Made Music)

Already knowing that this band is headed up by Tommy Dietrick from Brian Jonestown Massacre—no, not the real crazy one who dresses like a Hare Krishna and kicks people in the face—gave me a few preconceived notions. And I was right on most counts: It was equal parts dreary and epic, with lots of sound effects thrown in for good measure.

The title track “Intoxicated” starts out with church organ, and some good “woo-hoo’s” in the chorus. This mellow number is showcased by the deepened Love and Rockets vocals. Think “So Alive” and you’ve got it. “I Should Be Coming Up (But I Keep Coming Down)” picks the vibe up a bit with sexy backing vocals. I can’t help but think of Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, especially with the good use of synthesizer.

Love and Rockets surfaces again with “Hold Me Till I Die.” This also features nice female vocals, tambourine, and dreamy and dark slide guitar. “See the World From the Stars” has some interesting guitar work, and an 80’s sense of urgency. The rich and foreboding vocals are almost getting a little tiresome at this point, and it reminds me of Peter Murphy, but much smoother and more heavy sedated. And then the “ooh’s” are so familiar, very much in a Radiohead vein.
Out comes Interpol with “The Devil's in Your Eyes.” This dreamy and erratic number is my favorite so far. It’s jangly, full of hooks and has nice, bright keys. The ending is very climatic and steadily builds. “Lonely Alibis” features soft percussion, and an early Cure vibe. On the opposite end of the spectrum, “I Wanna Feel Alive” begins with a happy, rollicking start on organ. Instantly, I think of a Mentos commercial, with a little of The Verve and Jane’s Addiction to boot.
“Never Look Back” begins completely differently, with acoustic guitar and irregular beats. The vocals recall more of The Church in "Under the Milky Way," trying to be a bit more earnest than before. A hidden number, “Untitled” features trippy, echoy vocals. One soaring guitar flows above another, which is a little bit Pink Floyd in the rhythm guitar department.
Even more acoustic à la early Stones can be found on “Foolish Pride.” This number also features pretty keys and an almost “Free Bird” feel. The church organ is back. And finally, “Distant Voices” continues the acoustic sound with more Church vocalizing. This number is pretty and melodic, with stirring lyrics: “And you feel so inconsequential/Like God thinks you’re a bore/That’s when you know/That you’re out here on your own/On the tiny little planet/Where people come and go.” The disc ends on a somber, beautiful note.

Get your copy of Intoxicated, on our own Dave Allison’s Custom Made Music label, served in a cute little box here.

—RZO - HARDCORE NORFOLK


"U.S. Band Pay Homage To Ian Brown - Sept 2010"

U.S. band pay homage to Ian Brown
by Gary Skentelbery

AMERICAN indie rockers Sky Parade are set to make their first ever appearance in Warrington in tribute to inspirational Stone Roses front man Ian Brown who has been long associated with the town.
The Los Angeles based band will be performing two shows at The Lounge on Springfield Street on Friday and Saturday October 15 and 16 as their Warrington based promoters Schmoozit, aim to keep music alive in the town following the recent demise of WA1.
Over the past five years Sky Parade have covered a lot of ground. Headed by vocalist and guitarist Tommy Dietrick (ex Brian Jonestown Massacre / Smallstone), they have released three albums and three EPs and shared stages with the likes of BRMC, The Dandy Warhols, Frank Black, The Black Angels & James to name a few.
In 2009, Tommy and the band's drummer Joel Patterson recorded and performed alongside Robby Krieger of legendary band, The Doors, in a side project titled, Treehouse.
Sky Parade’s latest LP release, Intoxicated (2010), is being hailed as the bands best effort to date. The album’s 1st single was produced by Courtney Taylor of The Dandy Warhols and features the Dandy Warhols’ own Zia McCabe on keyboards.
The album also features guest appearances by Smashing Pumpkins guitarist, Jeff Schroeder, and Dizzy Reed of Guns and Roses. In August, Intoxicated debuted Top 10 on the Independent Specialty Charts (FMQB/KKBB) in both the album and singles categories.
The band continue to build on its worldwide cult following and are returning to the UK and Europe this Autumn following a number of gigs back home.
Tommy and Joel are joined by Bobby Bones, bass, guitar, vocals and Scott Moran, lead guitars.
The Lounge will be the smallest venue they play on their UK tour with a capacity of just 150. Tickets are priced just £6.50 in advance of £7 on the door so to be sure of a ticket contact The Lounge on (01925) 639777.
Both shows will be supported by The Koolaid Electric Company and White Noise Sound. Local support comes from The Stocks and Foreign Lawns at 7.30pm.
For more information on Sky Parade visit www.myspace.com/skyparade or - WARRINGTON WORLDWIDE UK


"Sky Parade To Headline in London - Sept 2010"

SKY PARADE TO HEADLINE SECOND TOGETHER WE CAN WALK ON WATER EVENT & TICKETS

Wednesday, 15 September 2010 Written by Nige Stereoboard


US indie rockers Sky Parade will headline the second Together We Can Walk On Water event taking place at The Macbeth in London on Wednesday 13th October 2010. Also on the bill are The Koolaid Electric Company, The See See and The Superimposers.

The first Together We Can Walk On Water event took place earlier this year (July 1st) and featured Canadian indie rock band Elephant Stone. The event was a sell out, and the promoters are expecting the same from the October event, with the pull of Sky Parade ensuring ticket sales will be swift.

Sky Parade frontman Tommy Dietrick spent his teenage years playing in the 90s shoegaze scene in San Francisco, frequently touring up and down the west coast with Brian Jonestown Massacre (BJM) between 1991-95. Whilst at first resisting several requests by scene figurehead Anton Newcombe to join BJM fulltime, Tommy finally succumbed to the gravitational pull of BJM’s magic and joined them as a fundamental part of the musical commune between 2000-2004, before forming Sky Parade in late 2004.

Spotting their obvious talent Sky Parade have since toured with The Seeds, Black Angels, The Dandy Warhols, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, The Bluetones, Frank Black, James, Mark Gardener of Ride and a myriad of other like-minded bands, whilst in 2009 Robby Krieger of the Doors asked Tommy to play in his band Treehouse, a massive privilege and a personal highlight in Tommy’s escalating music career.

Tickets for Sky Parade at The Macbeth are onsale now, priced from £5.00 plus booking fees.

Click here to buy Sky Parade (Together We Can Walk On Water) Tickets at Stereoboard.com. - STEREO BOARD UK


"Fame Magazine UK Recommends Sky Parade - Oct 2010"

FAME RECOMMENDS: SKY PARADE ‘I SHOULD BE COMING UP (BUT I KEEP COMING DOWN)’

Just in time for their World tour in support of their Top 20 KEXP song, the heady, trance-inducing psychedelic pop of Sky Parade is on full display with their highly infectious tune, “I Should Be Coming Up (But I Keep Coming Down)”.
Produced by the Dandy Warhol’s Courtney Taylor and released in hot anticipation of their upcoming World Tour, “I Should Be Coming Up (But I Keep Coming Down)” has been lighting up the switchboard where the single has already climbed to number 20 on the KEXP Radio Chart and the Top 10 on KKBB.

Watch the video for the song that’s tearing up the LA clubs right now.

The split single will be available world-wide from the bands on tour and through www.ripple-music.com

Over the past 5 years Sky Parade have covered a lot of ground. Headed by Tommy Dietrick (ex Brian Jonestown Massacre / Smallstone), Sky Parade have released 3 albums and 3 EPs and shared stages with the likes of BRMC, The Dandy Warhols,Frank Black, The Black Angels & James to name a few.

In 2009, Tommy and Joel recorded and performed alongside Robby Krieger of legendary band, The Doors, in a side project titled, Treehouse.

Sky Parade’s latest LP release, Intoxicated (2010), is being hailed as the bands best effort to date. The album’s 1st single was produced byCourtney Taylor of The Dandy Warhols and features the Dandy Warhols’ own Zia McCabe on keyboards.
The album also features guest appearances by Smashing Pumpkins guitarist, Jeff Schroeder, and Dizzy Reed of Guns and Roses.

In August,Intoxicated debuted Top 10 on the Independent Specialty Charts (FMQB/KKBB) in both the album and singles categories.
sky parade is:
tommy dietrick: vocals, guitar, bass, keyboard
joel patterson: drums, percussion
bobby bones: bass, guitar, vocals
scott moran: lead guitars - FAME MAGAZINE UK


"Rock Edition with Sky Parade's Tommy Dietrick - Nov 2010"

Sky Parade are a Los Angeles-based neo-psych band who have enjoyed success in Europe, and with their third full-length, ‘Intoxicated,’ out now, the band is poised to take over the States. Below, frontman Tommy Dietrick discusses the band’s new album, their recording process and collaborating with The Dandy Warhols. Watch the video: - ROCK EDITION


"Sky Parade Makes MAGNET A Mix Tape - Nov 2010"

Over the years, L.A.’s Sky Parade has enlisted the help of some serious talent, even though it seems a bit unnecessary, especially considering it’s fronted by Brian Jonestown Massacre’s Tommy Dietrick. This time around, the quartet’s third album, Intoxicated (Custom Made), features guest appearances from Zia McCabe (Dandy Warhols), Jeff Schroeder (Smashing Pumpkins) and Dizzy Reed (Guns N’ Roses). Plus, Dietrick and drummer Joel Patterson worked alongside the Doors’ Robby Krieger on side project Treehouse. We’re really not surprised by certain selections Dietrick put on this mix tape he made for MAGNET.

“I Should Be Coming Up” (download):



Chaperthouse “Pearl”
This is one of the greatest shoegaze tracks ever written or recorded from this era. The first time I heard this song, it stayed with me as a kind of anthem that has never grown old. When a song still grabs you 20 years on—as if it were the first time you heard the song—then it is truly a work of art, timeless and beautiful. Video

Primal Scream “Rocks”
I’ve always been a sucker for songs that make you drop your inhibitions and give you the belief that you can make it with the foxy girl at the bar. I know there are more esoteric tracks that I could pick by Primal Scream, but sometimes obvious is exactly what is needed. Though it was slammed for being too commercial by music critics when it came out, I never felt that was the case. We can pretend I picked “I’m Losing More Than I’ll Ever Have.” Video

Love And Rockets “Ball Of Confusion”
Still relevant today and still one of the best bands I can think of. I had the opportunity to meet David J last year at the festival I curate called Clean Air Clear Stars in Joshua Tree, Calif.. He came onstage with the Dandy Warhols and played “No New Tale To Tell” with them—yet another great song by Love And Rockets. I’ve always liked the mix of understated vocals mixed with powerful sentiment and contrasting vocal cries. Video

The Dandy Warhols “Mohammed”
I love when a song that has relatively few words can pull you right into its meaning because the mood is so well set by the music. When we were working on Intoxicated in 2009, I knew that Courtney was the just the right person to ask for advice in the studio. His insight as a producer is well-refined, and he is committed to finding the song within the song. There is something spontaneous in the manner that he writes songs that I completely relate to. Video

Spiritualized “Shine A Light”
Although the entirety of Lazer Guided Melodies is one of the best albums I can think of, “Shine A Light” is so delicate and powerful all at once that it is my favorite track on this record. Lush and visual, the sounds and production create a virtual palace that once you have visited it, you want to live there in permanence. It’s a beautiful somber song that is akin to later Spiritualized songs like “Let It Flow” and “Lord Can You Hear Me.” Video

Pink Floyd “Interstellar Overdrive”
At six years old, I started listening to Pink Floyd. My father took me to see them when I was 10. I almost have to laugh now when I think of how impressionable this was on me. If my father were alive today, he would be pretty fucking proud that I have made a modest career out of music thanks to hearing songs from Piper At The Gates of Dawn, Animals, Dark Side Of The Moon, The Wall and A Momentary Lapse Of Reason. Video

The Kinks “Death Of A Clown”
A haunting singalong that tears at the heart on any given night. I have spent many nights with the most wonderful people I have met all around the world singing this tune. The Kinks are an iconic group that later lead me to buy a red Guild Starfire III guitar, just like the one Dave Davies uses. Video

Electric Light Orchestra “Mr. Blue Sky”
This is another great anthemic song that you simply can not resist singing along to. I have tried hard with Sky Parade not to rely solely on a great psychedelic shoegaze sound, but rather to use that sound as a means to create anthems people can sing along to and relate to. Video

The Doors “Roadhouse Blues”
Last year, Joel and I were fortunate enough to be asked by Robby Krieger, legendary guitarist of the Doors, to play in a special side project titled Treehouse, which featured a mix of new and original songs by Robby. Last year, we played live at the Clean Air Clear Stars Festival in Joshua Tree and opened with the timeless and classic song “Roadhouse Blues.” I don’t believe I will ever top that experience moving forward as an artist. Truly amazing. Video
- MAGNET MAGAZINE


Discography

1) Stolen Hymns EP (2005)

2) Fire In The Sky LP (2005) TOP 10 Specialty FMQB / KKBB

3) Love Is Forever LP(2007) TOP 5 Specialty FMQB / KKBB

4) High On Desire EP (2008) TOP 20 Specialty FMQB / KKBB +
Featured on Hit Showtime series CALIFORNICATION

5) Sky Parade Untitled 12" ep (2009)

6) Intoxicated LP (2010) TOP 10 Specialty FMQB / KKBB +
Top 20 KEXP, Featured on Sony Play Station's Gran Turismo 5,
Live performances featured on KEXP Podcast Aug 2010

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Bio

Over the past 5 years Sky Parade have covered a lot of ground. Headed by Tommy Dietrick (ex Brian Jonestown Massacre / Smallstone), Sky Parade have released 3 albums and 3 EPs and recently shared stages with the likes of BRMC, The Dandy Warhols, Frank Black, The Ravonettes, War Paint, The Black Angels & well respected British band, James, to name a few. In 2009, Tommy and Joel recorded and performed alongside Robby Krieger of legendary band, The Doors, in a side project titled, Treehouse. Sky Parade’s latest LP release, Intoxicated (2010), is being hailed as the bands best effort to date. The album’s 1st single, "I Should Be Coming Up (But I Keep Coming Down)" was produced by Courtney Taylor of The Dandy Warhols and features the Dandy Warhols’ own Zia McCabe on keyboards. Having reached Top 20 on highly influential Seattle radio station, KEXP, this song has been gaining favor with DJ's across the USA, UK and Europe. DJ veteran Rodney Roq has continuously been spinning tracks from Intoxicated since it's release earlier this year. The album also features guest appearances by Smashing Pumpkins guitarist, Jeff Schroeder, and Dizzy Reed of Guns and Roses. In August, Intoxicated debuted Top 10 on the Independent Specialty Charts (FMQB/KKBB) in both the album and singles categories. The band continue to build on its worldwide cult following and are scheduled to return to the UK and Europe in the Fall of 2010 with dates in the USA before heading out.