DEAD END WORLD: YNGWIE MALMSTEEN, Ex-TAD MOROSE Members Join Forces In New Project
DEAD END WORLD is the name of a new Swedish band consisting of members of RIBSPREADER, MEMORY GARDEN and YNGWIE MALMSTEEN. The group's debut demo, "The Isolation", was recorded in Florida and Stockholm, Sweden during winter/spring 2005 and is said to contain "two songs of deadly metal." Mike Wead (KING DIAMOND, MERCYFUL FATE) helped the band with some vocal arrangements and helmed the mixing process. Check out the demo tracks "A Place Where Everything Is Dead" and "The Isolation" at MySpace.com.
DEAD END WORLD lineup:
Jonas Granvik (WITHOUT GRIEF) - Death Vocals
Kristian Andrén (ex-TAD MOROSE) - Melodic Vocals
Roger Johansson (RIBSPREADER, PAGANIZER) - Bass, Additional Death Vocals
Simon Johansson (MEMORY GARDEN, FIREGOD) - Guitar
Patrik Johansson (YNGWIE MALMSTEEN, WITHOUT GRIEF) - Drums
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