Downe's band is on the verge of releasing its first album in 14 years, "The Power and the Glory Hole," which will be followed by a tour of the United States and Europe. Pussycat has survived breakups, lineup changes and ever-changing tastes in popular music. Yet they have remained a mainstay to hard rock fans who are anxiously awaiting their first album of studio material since 1992's "Whipped!"
"It's catchy and nasty, with a lot of cool riffs. Anyone who digs good rock and roll will like this album," he says.
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