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Nashville Pussy bassist Karen Cuda has quit the band. The bass post in the band has always been a bit of a revolving door since Corey Parks left in the ’00s.

Below is Cuda’s statement on her exit:

“Today feels a bit surreal as I officially announce my resignation from Nashville Pussy. Over the last eight years I’ve invested much blood, sweat, and tears in to the band. It’s been an extraordinarily difficult decision for me to make, but I feel it’s time for me to move on and explore the next chapter of rock ‘n’ roll and my life.

I am sincerely and wholeheartedly grateful for the experiences, the stages, the amazing albums we’ve made, the globetrotting, the laughter, the tears, the parties, and most of all, the fans, that I’ve had the pleasure of sharing with Nashville Pussy. Thanks to all for the amazing opportunity! I will forever cherish it.

Rest assured, I will continue rocking, so keep your ears peeled! Best of luck to Nashville Puss as they also move on into their next chapter.”


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Taiwanese rockers Chthonic are working on the cover for their new album. After nearly 100 candidates replied to a casting call, which asked for girls who were “at least 160cm tall, skinny, with light skin, and are ok with full-body painting,” Chthonic bassist Doris Yeh and the art design team decided on Bu to represent the album’s cover girl.

“It’s certainly not an easy job for ancient Chinese emperors to choose their wives,” said Yeh jokingly. “I was even looking through the pictures in my dreams!” It kept her up at night.

With a concept in mind to have an elder, a girl and a child as the cover picture, and visualize the idea of armed body and mind through special makeup and computer graphics, the search began for candidates to represent the theme. The roles of the elder and the child were quickly decided. Hsu Ching-fu, a clergyman from the Gikong Presbyterian Church, and A-Chi, son of a well-known tattooist Ah-J, were picked to represent these figures.

The new album is due in June and is the band’s seventh.

Motley Crue icon Nikki Sixx‘s son Gunner Sixx has started a band he’s dubbed Figs Vision. Check out a new track from the duo below and head to their Facebook page for more info.

Texas red dirt rockers Texas Hippie Coalition have released the new song “Damn You to Hell.” You can listen to it here. It’s certainly beefy, chunky, southern hard rock!

Former Egypt Central members, the rhythm section of Joey “Chicago” Walser and drummer Blake Allison have formed a new project called Devour the Day. Allison will sing and play guitar, as opposed to manning the kit as the drummer, like he did in their former band. Allison is also producing and involved in songwriting. Their debut Time & Pressure is due out May 7.

Watch Devour the Day Video Teaser

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