PHANTOM-X guitarist Eric Knudson is recording music for comedian Alex Reymundo (known for his part in the "The Latin Kings Of Comedy"). The music will be used as an intro for Reymundo's new shoot that will air on HBO and Comedy Central.PHANTOM-X, who feature in their ranks OMEN singer Kevin Goocher, will be headlining a summer tour that will begin on June 23, 2006. The tour will be called Mausoleum Metal Masters Tour and will also feature OMEN, IMAGIKA and HYADES. Exact cities and dates will be announced soon. PHANTOM-X's debut album, "Rise of the Phantom", has been well received by critics and audiences alike. It was ranked #7 in the December issue soundcheck of Heavy magazine. The band is already in the writing process for the follow-up album and will be heading to the studio once again in May. The CD is slated to be released in September.
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