It's time to get back to bass-ics, as bassists extraordinaire David Ellefson and Frank Bello of Altitudes & Attitude will sit down for a conversation with moderator Ryan J. Downey at the MI Concert Hall in Los Angeles on Jan. 22. The chat, which will run from 8PM-9:30PM, comes just after the Jan. 18 release for their debut disc, Get It Out.

The band recently released the lead single "Out Here" featuring special guest Jon Donais from the upcoming album, which was produced by Jay Ruston and also features drummer Jeff Friedl. Other guests on the upcoming disc include Ace Frehley, Gus G., Nita Strauss, Christian Martucci and Steel Panther's Satchel.

Bello and Ellefson previously united for a self-titled EP in 2014, but Get It Out will serve as their official full-length debut disc. Both musicians also have extensive histories in thrash metal with Bello long holding down the low end for Anthrax and Ellefson serving multiple stints with fellow "Big 4" act Megadeth.

Look for Downey to dig into the stories from their metal beginnings all the way up through their current partnership with Altitudes & Attitude. With both musicians being very outgoing, it should be a rather lively chat session.

"A Live Conversation With Altitudes & Attitude's Frank Bello and David Ellefson" will be a free event, but you'll need to RSVP to Eventbrite at AAMI.Eventbrite.com in order to attend. The MI Concert Hall is located at 1655 N. McCadden Place in Los Angeles.

As stated, the Get It Out album is due Jan. 18 and pre-orders can be made here. You can also look for the band playing a European tour starting Feb. 7 in Nottingham, U.K. See all of their dates here.

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