Ohio-based metallers AXEMASTER have issued the following update:"While the band finished the music for the new CD and turned the recording over to new singer Dan Kaisk to lay down the vocals for what will be BY FAR the best AXEMASTER ever, there has been some news... "The band's release, '5 Demons (Imperative is their Demise)', from 1991 has been added to Smog Veil Records' iTunes roster for downloading (joining 'Blessing in the Skies'). '5 Demons' was the last release the band did while still active and the last time they released all new music. It's quite possibly the best of their old material. Check it out at this location. "Sol Music Management hooked the band up with the Independent Artist Company and KAIC to create a page which includes two of the band's most popular old songs to specifically be downloaded by radio stations for airplay. The songs have gotten great response from several shows/stations. You can see the page at this location." The CD re-release of AXEMASTER's classic debut album, "Blessing In The Skies", is available through Burning Star Records at www.burning-star.net.
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