"Rebel Mind" Official release - 2011
Jonny Tatum - Vocals
Reece Fullwood - Guitars
Bobby Williamson - Keys
Shawn Kascak - Bass Guitar
Kevin Bartlett - Drums
Eumeria Official Music Video
WHEN: Saturday 22nd October 2011, 11:00 - 16:00
WHERE: The Stoke Pub & Pizzeria, 103 Stoke Road, Guildford, Surrey, GU1 4JN
AGE RESTRICTIONS: None
I See Shred People
This is an open-floor clinic for players of any ability. Rob Chapman will be taking questions from the attendees to ensure that everybody learns what they would like to learn. The day will be mixed up with jamming, special guests, and the best pizza in Surrey.
Book now to avoid disappointment!
Merchandise from the Monkey Lord Store will be available at a special discounted price.
Please note that your purchase reserves you a place at the clinic. A ticket WILL NOT be sent to you. You CAN NOT pay by cash on the day.
Recorded on September 8, 2011 drom nyc http://considerthesourcemusic.com/source/
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CONSIDER THE SOURCE
Gabriel Marin- Guitars
John Ferrara- Bass
Justin Ahiyon- Drums and Percussion
This is another appetizer for the new Rene Engel album, songs are finished and we're mixing!
Rene Engel -Drums
David De Marez Oyens- Bass
Coen Molenaar- Keys
Richard Hallebeek- Guitar
I'm very happy to announce that I will be part of Bassist Ray Riendeau's (James Labrie, ex-Halford) new project Star Monarchy! Other members are guitarist Francesco Artusato (All Shall Perish), vocalist Dan Tompkins (ex-TesseracT). More news soon... Stay Metal, Peter!
Blistering.com: When did you discover you had some genuine talent on the guitar, and what did you do to foster it?
Artusato: I guess I started feeling more comfortable with my playing when I went to Berklee. I had the chance to play and listen to a lot of great musicians and that helped me realize what my level of playing was.
Blistering.com: During your stint in Berklee, what were some of the things you were able to take away?
Artusato: My understanding of concepts like “time” and “musical phrase” finally became way more clear and in depth during my time at Berklee. I also studied a lot of composition and arrangement techniques for full orchestra, things that seemed to be so unattainable before Berklee due to their complexity. I really feel like I matured a lot musically during those years.
Blistering.com: Guitar shred albums usually appeal to only one type of audience, but because of your involvement with ASP, do you think you can reach a wider spectrum of people?
Artusato: I’m sure it helps being in a pretty popular band like ASP. My solo album gets exposed to more people even though the music is very different. A lot of people who are into metal still find very difficult to listen to music without vocals.
Martin Miller All drum and bass parts for my album DONE!!! I can't believe how lucky I am to be surrounded by the nicest and most incredible persons here in Rovigo! Fede, Ricky, Ugo you are a true inspiration and my heroes! Everything turned out 10x better than I could have imagined. Finished off the night with an incredibly funny jam with Daniele, Bertuzzi, Tommy, Marino! You all made this one of the most amazing experiences of my life! I hope we can do more of this soon :)
"De Praestigiis Daemonum", Forté said, "This is probably the most shredding song of the album. I guess it is not the easiest one to listen to, but since it's the very first song we're offering to the guitar fans, I wanted to give them an 'in-your-face' kinda track. This is also a song I've made as a tribute for Jason Becker. He is one of my biggest guitar influences ever and it's been a while since I wanted to do it, so I am very glad to share this track with you guys!"
"The Shadows Compendium" features several other guests, such as Jeff Loomis, Glen Drover, Daniele Gottardo and Derek Taylor.
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Alice Cooper announced last month that eminent guitar prodigy Orianthi was joining his band, replacing departing guitarist Damon Johnson, for the next leg of his 2011 "No More Mr. Nice Guy" world tour starting September 22 in Auckland, New Zealand. Currently in progress, the tour hits ninety plus cities, covering five continents, including Europe and North America twice over. more