Former DEATH Touring Guitarist Completes Work On Solo Debut

Former DEATH touring guitarist and current MILLENIUM axeman Ralph Santolla has completed work on his debut solo album, entitled Shaolin Monks In The Temple Of Metal. Completely based on his guitar skills, "the CD is expected to please not only all the fans of the Florida-based guitar player, but generally all fans of Satriani, Tony McAlpine and the likes."

The final track listing for the album is as follows:

01. Red Baron
02. Hot Rik's
03. The Creme De la Menthe Incident
04. Starlight
05. Mightiness (Part 1)
06. Sartori
07. Echelon
08. What Might Have Been

Among the guests featured on the CD are DREAMTIDE guitar player Helge Engelke and former TEN lead guitarist Vinny Burns (both of whom appear on "Starlight").

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Shaolin Monks In The Temple Of Metal is scheduled for release on August 5th through Frontiers Records/Now & Then Productions.


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