STRYPER, Ex-QUIET RIOT And RIOT Members Join Forces In CLEANBREAK

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STRYPER, Ex-QUIET RIOT And RIOT Members Join Forces In CLEANBREAK

Former QUIET RIOT singer and “American Idol” finalist James Durbin has joined forces with STRYPER members Robert Sweet and Perry Richardson (bass; also ex-FIREHOUSE) and RIOT guitarist Mike Flyntz in a new project called CLEANBREAK. The band’s debut single and video will be released next month via Frontiers Music Srl.

FAITHSEDGE singer/songwriter Giancarlo Floridia, who was involved in the songwriting process for CLEANBREAK, took to his Facebook on Wednesday (March 16) to write: “After months of not being able to say anything I’m proud to announce my songwriting debut for Frontiers records. These new songs will be on the CLEANBREAK debut album featuring ‘American Idol’ finalists James Durbin, STRYPER drummer Robert Sweet, FIREHOUSE/STRYPER bass player Perry Richardson and the guitar monster Mike Flyntz of RIOT!

“It’s an amazing thing to be writing songs for your multi platinum MTV heroes and I know you guys are going to love the result.

“Thank you Alessandro for taking me on board and thank you Seann Nicols for helping me with all the demos for the album.

“I am hoping to bring to the songwriting table my history of working with band members of STRYPER, RATT and yes DOKKEN. And there is more to come as I am working on more songs with Alessandro !!

“Please join the CLEANBREAK Facebook page or Instagram page below ! Never ever ever ever give up on yourself to my friends! Now let’s rockkkkkk !!!”

CLEANBREAK is:

James Durbin (QUIET RIOT) – Vocals
Mike Flyntz (RIOT) – Guitar
Perry Richardson (STRYPER, FIREHOUSE) – Bass
Robert Sweet (STRYPER) – Drums

Durbin recorded two studio albums with QUIET RIOT — 2017’s “Road Rage” and 2019’s “Hollywood Cowboys” — during his three-year stint with the group. In September 2019, QUIET RIOT parted ways with Durbin and replaced him with Jizzy Pearl. Pearl previously fronted QUIET RIOT from 2013 until October 2016, when he was briefly replaced by Seann Nichols, who played only five shows with the group before the March 2017 arrival of Durbin.

Richardson joined STRYPER in the fall of 2017 as the replacement for longtime bassist Tim Gaines.

Photo credit: Giancarlo Floridia

Music Video Shenanigans with @perryrichardson777 #CLEANBREAK @frontiersmusicsrl

? @giancarlosongs

Posted by James Durbin on Sunday, March 13, 2022

After months of not being able to say anything I’m proud to announce my songwriting debut for Frontiers records. These…

Posted by Giancarlo Floridia on Wednesday, March 16, 2022

Cleanbreak is:
James Durbin – Vocals
Mike Flyntz – Guitar
Perry Richardson – Bass
Robert Sweet – Drums

Instagram: instagram.com/cleanbreakofficial

Posted by Cleanbreak on Wednesday, March 16, 2022

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