NEIL TURBIN's DEATHRIDERS To Thrash At NAMM 2008
DEATHRIDERS, the new band fronted by original ANTHRAX vocalist Neil Turbin, will perform at NAMM 2008 at the Epic Lounge in Downey, California on January 19, 2008 as part of the Keep Metal Alive Festival 2008. Also appearing will be Michael Angelo Batio and Mike Guerrero, EXMORTUS, BONDED BY BLOOD, HEXEN, TYRANT, METAL X and TORMENTOR. Tickets are only $12 bucks and are available in a very limited supply from the opening bands, so contact them before it sells out.
DEATHRIDERS will also perform a special in-store set at World Music in Newhall, California on January 23, 2008 at 8:00 p.m. Tickets are $5.00.
Neil Turbin - Vocals
Dave Watson - Guitar
Mike Guerrero - Guitar
Sandy Vasquez (BLOODLUST) - Bass
Chris Moore (ORCUS, VVSI) - Drums
As previously reported, Neil Turbin makes a guest appearance on the new TREASURE LAND demo track "The Cities Are Burning", playing the part of Nostradamus. Listen to the track on the Swedish band's MySpace page.
Watch a DEATHRIDERS promo/mini-movie:
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