GUNS N' ROSES Drummer Joins Forces With Music Software Producer

GUNS N' ROSES/PRIMUS drummer Bryan "Brain" Mantia has joined forces with Audiowarrior producer Greg Giametta to create two world-class drum track building titles — "Brain Drum Track Builder Kreator-Plug-In" and and "Brain Drum Track Builder Reason Refill" — both of which work on any computer running Mac OS X or Windows XP.

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Brain toured extensively with PRIMUS and played on the bands's releases "Brown Album", "Rhinoplasty", and "Antipop". In 2000, Axl Rose invited Brain to join GUNS N' ROSES, with whom the drummer appeared for sporadic live dates in 2001 (including the Rock in Rio II Festival) and 2002 (including the MTV Video Music Awards). Brain put down the tracks for, and is currently on world tour supporting, the upcoming GUNS N' ROSES studio release, "Chinese Democracy".


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