DAVID ELLEFSON, NICK MENZA, JEFF WATERS Featured On 'TV War' Theme Song; Audio Available

David Ellefson (bass; F5, ex-MEGADETH), Nick Menza (drums; ex-MEGADETH) and Jeff Waters (lead guitar; ANNIHILATOR) are featured on the theme song for "TV War", which is said to be the longest-running metal TV show in Europe. It started airing in march 1999 on Mad TV, the biggest music channel in Greece, and is broadcast every Wednesday at 23:00 CET.

The "TV War" theme song was composed by MEMORAIN mainman Ilias Papadakis and is available for download at this location.

The lineup on the recording is as follows:

Ilias Papadakis - Rhythm and Fill-In Guitar
David Ellefson - Bass Guitar
Nick Menza - Drums
Jeff Waters - Main Guitar Solo

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Recorded/mixed at the following studios:

* Drums at Menzanation Studios, Los Angeles, CA
Sound Engineer - Eric Weber

* Bass guitar at Rage Recording Studio, Glendale, AZ
Sound Engineer - Steve Conley

* Rhythm and fill-in guitar at White Planet Studios, Athens, Greece
Sound Engineer - Sakis Doutsis

* Jeff Waters' guitar solo recorded at Watersound Studios Inc., Ottawa, Canada

* Mixed and mastered by Haris Zourelidis at Feedback Sound Studios, Athens, Greece

Commented Ellefson: "A short while ago I was asked by Greek guitarist Ilias Papadakis to add a bass track to this cool new song he wrote. It also includes my longtime friend Nick Menza on drums and Jeff Waters shredding it on guitar.

"I've been a HUGE ANNIHILATOR fan over the years and ironically Nick and I used to drive to 'Rust In Peace' rehearsals in the early '90s thrashing out to the 'Alice In Hell' and 'Never, Neverland' albums. I'm glad we all got to play on this song from Ilias as a way to celebrate the metal together."

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