Fozzy fun for WWE superstar Chris Jericho, Rich Ward with ‘Do You Wanna Start A War’

 
 
Rock band Fozzy, with frontman, media personality and WWE superstar Chris Jericho, will release  <span class="italic">Do You Wanna Start A War</span> (Century Media Records) on July 22.
Rock band Fozzy, with frontman, media personality and WWE superstar Chris Jericho, will release Do You Wanna Start A War (Century Media Records) on July 22.
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Led by the inimitable duo of vocalist Chris Jericho, a famed WWE superstar, and guitarist Rich Ward, co-founder of the influential underground band Stuck Mojo, the rock band Fozzy has really always been about one thing: having fun.

Produced by Ward, Do You Wanna Start A War (Century Media Records) is the band’s follow-up to their acclaimed 2012 release Sin and Bones and sixth studio effort since 2000. Featuring 12-tracks, the new album is led by the debut single “Lights Go Out.”

Fozzy is Chris Jericho on vocals, Rich Ward on guitars and vocals, Frank Fontsere on drums, Billy Grey on guitars, and Paul Di Leo on bass. Do You Wanna Start A War release date is July 22.

Fozzy: Do You Wanna Start A War tracklisting

1. Do You Wanna Start A War

2. Bad Tattoo

3. Lights Go Out [lyric video: http://youtu.be/VJso7XYphb4

4. Died With You

5. Tonite

6. Brides of Fire

7. One Crazed Anarchist [lyric video: http://youtu.be/A9aKjbRIJ_k

8. Unstoppable

9. Scarecrow

10. No Good Way

11. SOS

12. Witchery

“Do You Wanna Start A War is dark, dense and sharp. Sonically and lyrically, this feels like it's going somewhere big. I love it!” - Corey Taylor (Slipknot and Stone Sour)

“Do You Wanna Start a War is a full on assault! Excellently crafted songs, screaming guitars and soaring vocals! FOZZY have raised the bar and are ready to usher in a new era in rock and roll!” - Andy Biersack (Black Veil Brides)

Official website: www.FozzyRock.com

Twitter: @FozzyRock

Facebook: www.Facebook.com/FozzyRock

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