Keyboardist Derek Sherinian (DREAM THEATER, YNGWIE MALMSTEEN, BILLY IDOL) is featured on the self-titled debut album from the all-instrumental prog-rock project RELOCATOR. Influenced by both modern and classic artists like UK, PLANET X, RUSH and ALLAN HOLDSWORTH, RELOCATOR has developed its own style and worked hard on making their first CD a memorable debut for all fans of instrumental progressive rock worldwide. Derek Sherinian plays all keyboard solos on the album and his experience with the self-proclaimed "sickest instrumental band in the world" PLANET X makes his style a perfect fit for the music. Unlike many other guest appearances, his involvement here is not limited to just one track in fact, there is more of his soloing on the RELOCATOR CD than on the last PLANET X album "Quantum". The opportunity to stretch out on extended solo sections resulted in some of his finest playing on record. All fans of Derek's style are in for a real treat!The RELOCATOR CD will be available directly from the band on July 4 with other distribution channels to be announced soon. For more information, visit www.myspace.com/relocator.
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