GHOSTRIDE Start Record Label, Plan To Release Collection Of Demos

GHOSTRIDE, the new Sacramento-based band featuring former WILL HAVEN members Jeff Irwin (guitars), Mike Martin (bass) and Mitch Wheeler (drums), along with ODDMAN guitarist Cayle Hunter and TINFED singer Rey Osbourne, have started their own record label, dubbed Distruktor Records (web site). The label's first release will be a GHOSTRIDE full-length CD containing all the demos the band have recorded thus far. A May or June release is expected. In other news, the group are filming a video for the song "Diamondhawk" with director Brad Oates of Trainwreck Productions. A European tour will follow this summer.

Upcoming GHOSTRIDE shows:

Apr. 15 – Roxy - Los Angeles, CA
Apr. 17 – The Pound - San Francisco, CA
May 08 – Moods – Sacramento, CA
May 15 - Boardwalk - Sacramento, CA


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