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ZAKK WYLDE Doesn't Rule Out A PRIDE & GLORY Reunion

"We're still all buddies, so there's no reason why we couldn't do it."

Pride & Glory

In 1994, Pride & Glory released their one and only self-titled album. The band's lineup was vocalist and guitarist Zakk Wylde (Ozzy Osbourne, Black Label Society), bassist James LoMenzo (Megadeth, ex-Black Label Society), and drummer Brian Tichy (The Dead Dasies, ex-Foreigner, ex-Billy Idol). The band broke up in 1994, reunited once in 1998, and that was that. In an interview with Eon Music, Wylde was asked if he's aware there's still a very large fanbase for Pride & Glory. Wylde joked that nobody really cared about the project and that the trio had a blast recording it.

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"Yeah, all eight people that enjoyed that album! I think it's great, you know?! [laughing]. No, we had a great time making that record with Jamo and Father Brian over there, so no, it was a blast. We had a great time making that record, and the tour was fun on that thing, but sadly we ran our of beer funds, and that was the end. It was like, we had to go home."

Wylde then said that there could potentially be another Pride & Glory record at some point considering the trio are still friends, or at least a reunion tour.

"Yeah, we could always do that. I mean, Jamo's playing with Megadeth now, Father Brian's with The Dead Daisies. Yeah, we're still all buddies, so there's no reason why we couldn't do it. Just go up to the Vatican [studio], and we could even make another record, let alone, or just tour on the one that we did, you know what I mean? So yeah, we could always do that."

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