According to the Kiss Related Recordings web site, former KISS guitarist Bruce Kulick has recorded a guest appearance for the new SILENT RAGE album, "Four-Letter Word", due in early 2008 via Frontiers Records.

Commented SILENT RAGE guitarist/vocalist Jesse Damon: "After we signed with Frontiers Records this summer, and going into this new CD, we started discussing songs and direction. We also wanted to make this a killer CD with some special touches and performances. I called Bruce to see if he could come on board to perform on a song we had just recorded for the new CD called 'Man or Machine', and told him I had written it back around the KISS 'Revenge' era, and the band had re-worked it some. I thought he'd be perfect for including his guitar solo touches on the song. He said yes, and turned out a killer performance.

"It's always a treat and a pleasure to work with Bruce. What a fantastic guitarist and true professional! We had also asked Eric Singer [KISS, ALICE COOPER] to record the drum track for it, and he would have, but his touring schedule conflicted with our recording schedule, and he wasn't available until December. Big bummer. We'll catch him next time around!

"We're looking forward to unleashing this next CD of 11 songs plus a bonus track."

SILENT RAGE formed in 1985 and became immediately well-known in the Californian scene, thanks to the captivating vocals, their style of blending guitar and bass and signature song writing. Their debut album, "Shattered Hearts", was produced by the legendary Paul Sabu in 1987 and gained immediate attention from the hard rock fans all over the world. One year later, Gene Simmons signed them to his own label and in 1989 "Don't Touch Me There" came out. This album reached #1 on European import charts and is still today regarded as one of the top examples of melodic hard rock sound of the late 80's. A third studio album, "Still Alive", was released in 2002.


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