CRADLE OF FILTH's ERLANDSSON To Take Part In U.K. Drum And Percussion Show

CRADLE OF FILTH drummer Adrian Erlandsson will be participating in Mike Dolbear's Master Class Room, set to take place September 24-25 at the Wembley Conference Centre in Wembley, England. A posting at reads as follows:

"For the second year running Mike Dolbear's will be co-sponsoring the biggest drum show in the UK. After the tremendous success of our master classes last year we've kept the same format for this years master class room with, as ever, a very strong line up. The Master Class Room will play host to four of the top players in their respective genres allowing you to listen and learn from the masters. Education is the focus of our master classes and with seating limited to 75 people there is plenty of opportunity to ask questions, see the action and chat with these artists.

"The CRADLE OF FILTH and AT THE GATES sticksman [Adrian Erlandsson] shows all the budding rockers and metallers how it's really done in this master class of rock drumming. Fast and heavy does exactly what it says on the tin!

"Approached initially to work on a session by CRADLE OF FILTH at the Dynamo gig in 1999, Erlandsson was asked to join the band two weeks later. His stamp on albums 'From the Cradle to Enslave', 'Midian' and 'Bitter Suites to Succubi', made an instant impression on the heavy rock community.

"If hard and fast is your thing, or you'd like to see how it's done, you'd be a fool to miss this unique opportunity to steal the licks of one of the genre's best players."

Adrian Erlandsson's show times:

Saturday, September 24: 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Sunday, September 25: 12:15 p.m. – 1:15 p.m.

In other news, Erlandsson is currently selling several exclusive items on eBay. "All have been used by me in my work with CRADLE OF FILTH," says Erlandsson. Check out pictures and links to the auctions at this location.


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