JEFF LOOMIS, RICHIE KOTZEN, JOHN 5, JASON BECKER Featured In ProTone Pedals Discussion
ProTone Pedals recently conducted a roundtable discussion with guitarists Jeff Loomis (NEVERMORE), Jason Becker (DAVID LEE ROTH), John 5 (ROB ZOMBIE, MARILYN MANSON), Richie Kotzen (MR. BIG, POISON) and Rusty Cooley (OUTWORLD). You can listen to it at this location.
EMG TV has posted footage of Jeff Loomis performing his track "Jato Unit". Check it out at this location.
Loomis' solo album, "Zero Order Phase", was released on September 30, 2008 through Century Media Records.
NEVERMORE has set "The Obsidian Conspiracy" as the title of its follow-up to 2005's "This Godless Endeavor", tentatively due late 2009/early 2010 via Century Media Records. Songtitles set to appear on the CD include "Emptiness Unobstructed" and "Without Morals".
NEVERMORE's "The Year Of The Voyager" DVD last year entered the German DVD chart at position No. 82.
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