Josh Freese sets new release
Josh Freese sets new release
(antimusic) Josh Freese (drummer for A Perfect Circle, Devo, Nine Inch Nails, Weezer, The Vandals, Guns'n'Roses, The Replacements and Sting amongst others) has set an April 1st release date for My New Friends.
My New Friends, is both a follow-up and an extension of his 2009 release "Since 1972". Let us explain.

Since 1972 quickly became a widely discussed release as much for its unique marketing strategy as it was for the music itself with outlets worldwide reporting on the unique, tiered pricing plan that ranged from $7 for an album download to a $75,000 package of goodies that included Freese joining the purchaser's band for a month, going to his house to pick clothes out of his closet and a flying trapeze lesson with Robin Finck from Nine Inch Nails.
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