DC4, the California-based band featuring former DIO guitarist Rowan Robertson alongside brothers Jeff Duncan (ARMORED SAINT, ODIN) on lead vocals and guitar, Shawn Duncan (ODIN) on drums and Matt Duncan on bass, recently wrapped up filming an appearance on FlashRock. FlashRock is an online musician's resource center that actively promotes unsigned and indie talent in the Southern California area. According to Shawn, the band played three of their new songs — "Rock & Roll Disease", "Cabin Fever" and the title track to the forthcoming album, "Explode". The broadcast will also feature an interview with the band. The show will air for the first time tonight (Friday, March 2) at 8:00 p.m. PST and will thereafter be available for viewing on demand.To find out more, visit the Flashrock event announcement at www.flashrock.com. DC4 recently completed work on its debut album with producer Joey Vera (ARMORED SAINT, FATES WARNING). The band is currently seeking a label home. To learn more about DC4 and check out their music, visit the official DC4 MySpace page.
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