CELLADOR Guitarist To Perform With DANGER DANGER Singer In Brazil

Guitarist Bill Hudson of the American power metallers CELLADOR will join DANGER DANGER singer Ted Poley during his performance in Sao Paulo, Brazil on August 10.

Bill commented: "I'm sure it'll be an AMAZING experience. As much as DANGER DANGER sounds nothing like CELLADOR, they're one of my favorite bands of all time!"

CELLADOR recentl made a new demo clip available for streaming on its MySpace page. The track, entitled "Follow Me", is expected to appear on the band's next album, which will be recorded between November and December in Tampa, Florida with producer Erik Rutan (MORBID ANGEL, HATE ETERNAL) and mixed by Jason Suecof (TRIVIUM, THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER, DEVILDRIVER, BURY YOUR DEAD).
Commented Bill Hudson: "The new record will be a lot different from 'Enter Deception' [CELLADOR's 2006 debut]. It will be way more diverse, and will go to both extremes. We'll have faster songs and midtempos, maybe a ballad! 'Follow Me' is basically the link with 'Enter Deception', to show that we're still the same band, but Michael's [Gremio] vocals are obviously more aggressive this time around."

Other demo tracks will be made available during the coming months.

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CELLADOR's "Enter Deception" album was released in June 2006 via Metal Blade. The CD was recorded at Mana Studios in Tampa, Florida with producer Erik Rutan.


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