A lot of old hard rock and metal bands have been doing reunion tours and albums over the last say 6-7 years. However it's not just he bands who once headlined arenas like Ratt and Poison, but a lot of band's whose "prime" was playing small clubs are also trying comebacks of sorts. Lizzy Borden were actually a band I really like back around 85-86. They had a small following at the time, but kind of tanked it with the mediocre Visual Lies in 1987. Lizzy Borden (the singer) did a solo album of sorts called Master of disguise in 89 then he kind of disappeared. The band reappeared in 2000 and released a reunion of sorts called Deal with the devil which was actually decent. The band toured for it for like two years then something kind of strange happened. Their website disappeared and the band popped up calling themselves Starwood and they all dropped their last names and changed their image. They released one album as Starwood in 2004 and I like it, but it's nothing great. Lizzy Borden were definitely metal while Starwood was more like a hard rock project. Anyway now Starwood have gone and Lizzy Borden are supposed to be back, but they are looking for a guitarist. In fact they are advertising for a guitarist on their website here http://www.lizzyborden.com/. I guess that's kind of cool, but at the same time these guys are in LA and you'd think they could just hire somebody there fast and start recording rather than hoping to find some guitar god sitting in their basement in Iowa just waiting for Lizzy Borden to put out the call. No matter who they get, the sad truth is their prime was 20 years ago and it wasn't that big of a prime then. I will probably still buy the album if it comes out though. Also if you go the site check out the 'street team' section. They are asking volunteers to call radio stations and post fliers. I can't imagine radio stations and record stores being that hot on the idea of helping promote a metal band that very few people know of any more.