Ex-SOILWORK Guitarist Completes Work On 'Nuclear Blast All-Stars' Project
Former SOILWORK guitarist Peter Wichers, who currently works as a songwriter/producer in California, has just returned from his native Sweden where he finished mixing and mastering a project that he has been working on for over a year. The CD, which will most likely be released under the "Nuclear Blast All-Stars" banner, features 10 "brand-spanking-new" songs written by Wichers for 10 different singers and two different drummers. According to Peter, the CD is a very diverse collection of songs covering a lot of different styles. Guest singers on the CD are as follows:
Anders Fridén (IN FLAMES)
Peter Tägtgren (HYPOCRISY)
Jari Mäenpää (WINTERSUN)
Christian Älvestam (SCAR SYMMETRY)
John Bush (ex-ANTHRAX)
Björn "Speed" Strid (SOILWORK)
Maurizio Iacono (KATAKLYSM)
Mark Osegueda (DEATH ANGEL)
Richard Sjunnesson and Roland Johansson (SONIC SYNDICATE)
Guillaume Bideau (MNEMIC)
The album is expected to be issued later in the year via Nuclear Blast Records.
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