01. Back From The Dead 
02. Own Worst Enemy 
03. Another Version Of The Truth
04. The One That You Hated
05. Good To Be Bad
06. Just Don't Ask
07. Blown Away
08. Waterfall 
09. Habit
10. Your Diamonds 
11. Dead Wrong

Jacob Bunton: lead vocals, guitar, mandolin and piano. Lonny Paul; guitar and vocals. Steven Adler: drums, cowbell, shakers, tambourine, crowbar, shovel and screams. Johnny Martin: bass and vocals.

Additional musicians: Jeff Pilson: bass on all tracks, 6 string guitar, keys and vocals. Slash: Lead guitar on "Just Don't Ask". John 5: Lead guitar on "Good To Be Bad". Michael Lord: Piano on “Waterfall”

Recorded at Pilsongs Studio, Santa Clarita, CA. Produced by Jeff Pilson and Adler Engineered by Jeff Pilson Mixed by Jay Ruston at TRS West, Sherman Oaks, CA Additional recording: Jason Elgin at Synchromesh Studios, Birmingham, AL Mastered by: Paul Logus at Taloowa Mastering NY Art direction and concept: Lonny Paul Layout and design: Ryan Russell Publicist: Doug Weber for New Ocean Media.

2012 NewOceanMedia

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ADLER: "Back from the Dead"

ADLER - features drummer Steven Adler of GUNS N ROSES, the former frontman of Mars Electric ,  Jacob Bunton (lead vocals, guitars), Lonny Paul (guitars) and Johnny Martin (Bass) which formed in early 2012 when they released the single, THE ONE THAT YOU HATED, which spurred a video that received good attention and followed by the full length at the tail end of last year. The band laid down 11 tracks produced by Jeff Pilson (of Dokken and Foreigner fame) and mixed by Jay Ruston (of Anthrax fame). Jeff actually plays bass on the album as Martin joined right afterward as a permanent member.  Released late last year in the states - internationally distribution coming soon. A review here at is online already.  For now, find out more about the album, here's a couple of quick Q's with the wild (and-kind) man behind the drums:  Steven Adler...

How has the reaction to your latest CD been?

It's been amazing! Fortunately, the fans and critics really seem to like it. We only spent about 3 weeks of actual recording time. It was spread out over a couple months because of every one's schedules, but it really didn't take long once we were together. There is such variety on our record, that I'm sure there is at least one song that everyone will enjoy.

What kind of input did the producer have during the process?

Pilson was incredible to work with. He had great ideas and made us all feel comfortable so we could concentrate on performance. Jeff Pilson (Dokken) was responsible for the production. He was the producer and Jay Ruston (Of Anthrax fame) mixed. Pleased with the outcome? Absolutely, it's my favorite record to listen to. The production is slamming!

Did the producer (or you) use any (weird) experimental miking and/or  recording techniques?

Jacob and Lonny experimented with different guitar amps, pedals and they used different guitars for different parts of each song. I even banged on a shovel in the breakdown of "The One That You Hated". That didn't make the final mixed version. But yes, we obviously tried different things. I just started beating the hell out of my drums when Jeff told me to go. He was responsible for capturing the magic moments.

Please inform us about your favourite songs off the album

I really like all the songs for different reasons. Jacob and Lonny wrote incredible lyrics and arrangements. They all have their own feel and sound. I just asked them to give me variety. For example, I asked Jacob to write a Journey type song and he came up with "Your Diamonds". I am so lucky to have such incredible writers.

Did the record company interfere with anything on your "sound" and songs?

No, we actually turned in the finished record to "New Ocean Media" and they have been amazingly supportive.

Are there any 'crazy' behind the scenes anecdotes from these sessions that you can share with us?

Every day was a blast! Imagine hanging out with your favorite people doing your favorite thing. The whole team was open to changes and very supportive of each other.

Any chance that we'd catch you live at the Summer festivals in Europe?

We've got booking agents working on our touring schedule now... stay tuned.

Who are your influences and heroes? (music-wise)

Queen is one of my favorite bands. But I am a lover of all music... anything with a cool beat.

If there's anything you'd like to add, say, please do:

Thank you so much for all the love and support, and for not giving up on me.

Interview by: Urban "Wally" Wallstrom,
Photos from the band's websites 
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