F5 guitarist Steve Conley has uploaded a solo track, entitled "Marching to Mars", at www.myspace.com/steveconley. In addition to Conley and a drummer by the name of Bruce, the song features former MEGADETH and current F5 bassist David Ellefson.F5 released their debut album, "A Drug for All Seasons", in North America last month via Cleopatra Records. In addition to the full-length audio version of the album, this release also features bonus video material of the band in the studio filmed during the recording sessions for the record. The original version of "A Drug For All Seasons" is also available in Asia on JVC Victor Entertainment and in Europe on Mascot Records. Additionally, the special "pay now, play now" version of the album (available at www.f5theband.com) allows the listener to purchase, and digitally download, the entire audio record into their computer and still receive the full-length copy in the mail, all at one special low price. F5, whose sound is being described as guitar-heavy melodic hard rock, recorded the album last year at a Phoenix-area studio with producer Ryan Greene, who had previously worked with Ellefson in 1991 on the demos for MEGADETH's "Countdown to Extinction" album.
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