GOAD-ED: 'Watch The Empire Fall' Video Posted Online

"Watch the Empire Fall", the new video from GOAD-ED the band featuring ex-DIO/WWIII guitarist Tracy G can be viewed below. The song comes off the group's recently released album, "To Die Is Gain", which features Ray Luzier (ARMY OF ANYONE, KORN) on drums and Larry Bones on bass. The CD was mixed by Joe Floyd at Silver Cloud Studios and was mastered by Bernie Becker in Pasadena, California. Tracy says, "It sounds amazing."

A 60-minute audio interview with Tracy G conducted by TheRighttoRock.com can be heard at this location.

Tracy's all-acoustic album, entitled "Grijalva", is available for order at this location.

For "Grijalva" audio samples, go to this location.

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