Former CROWN 10 guitarist/vocalist James Brady has started a new as-yet-unnamed project with bassist Eric Goldy (younger brother of DIO guitarist Craig Goldy) and drummer Frank Dolan (longtime friend and collaborator of ANNIHILATOR/EXTREME drummer Mike Mangini in his "Rhythm Knowledge" books).Commented James: "It's great to be back to doing what I love the most. The songs are really coming together quickly. We already have well over an album's worth of ideas to roll through and the songs seem to be coming together quickly. "By the looks of things we'll be trying some of these songs out live on some people in the near future and from there we'll begin pre-production so we can throw some of these babies onto two-inch. "I'm so amped up to be jamming with such slammin' musicians like Eric and Frank, and just to be writting music again. We have a lot of great things in front of us and we just can't wait to share it with everyone." James will announce the new project's name and web site on www.crown10.com in the coming months.
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