Bands Sought For 'Acoustic Metal Alchemy' Project

Roxx Productions is looking for "the heaviest of metal songs toned down slightly in an acoustic format" to release later this year as part of a new project entitled "Acoustic Metal Alchemy". Interested bands are invited to send an e-mail to [email protected] for submission details.

To kick off this project, Roxx will be recording a couple of sets at the April 1 show at Paladino's in Tarzana, California. Performng that night will be Mike Lee of BARREN CROSS, who has not been on stage in the U.S. in over five years. He will play ab acoustic set of BARREN CROSS tracks as well as some of his new solo material. His solo album will be avaialable at the show to all who attend before its scheduled release next month. SPIDERS AND SNAKES featuring members of LONDON, ETERNAL RYTE and JOSHUA, will also performing before they head over to Japan for a brief tour.

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