Ex-MEGADETH Guitarist MARTY FRIEDMAN: New Video Posted Online

"Simple Mystery", the brand new video from former MEGADETH guitarist Marty Friedman, can be viewed below. The clip was filmed in the Los Angeles area in January. The track comes off Friedman's eighth solo album, "Future Addict", due in Japan on March 12 via Avex. Check out the cover artwork at this location.

Friedman released the "Exhibit B - Live in Japan" DVD and "Exhibit A - Live in Europe" CD simultaneously in Japan on August 22, 2007 by Avex. These feature different setlists, but with the same band members: Jeremy Colson (drums), Ron Jarzombek (WATCHTOWER, SPASTIC INK; guitar) and Chris Catero (bass).

Shockwaves/HardRadio Podcast #17, featuring an interview with Marty Friedman, is now available for download at this location (20 MB). Friedman and host Bob Nalbandian discuss the good old days hanging out in Hollywood, Marty's early years with HAWAII and CACOPHONY, Friedman's years in MEGADETH, and Marty's current mega-success in Japan.


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