ANNIHILATOR mainman/guitarist Jeff Waters has announced the release of "Annihilator Jam - All For You" album. "This CD is for all the metal guitarists out there who've always wanted to jam along with a CD but actually be the guitarist in the band," reads a posting on the group's web siteThe CD consists of all the official release tracks without any rhythm guitar tracks. You can now play along and jam to the entire "All For You" CD (AFM Records) with ANNIHILATOR's session drummer Mike Mangini, singer Dave Padden and Jeff Waters on bass and lead guitars. Also jam with ANNIHILATOR to the song "Weapon X", from the EP "The One" (AFM Records). As there will be many non-guitarist/ANNIHILATOR fans purchasing this CD as well, there are also two special bonus tracks: "Annihilator" - the first-ever ANNIHILATOR recording, featuring original singer and lyric co-writer John Bates and "Back to the Palace", a live bootleg track of ANNIHILATOR live in Moscow 2000. For more information and to order a copy, click here.
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