Nick Van Dyk, guitarist for REDEMPTION, will guest on Dementia Radio's program "Raise the Horns" on Saturday, June 2. He will discuss the group's new album and its upcoming tour with DREAM THEATER. He will also join the chat room to talk to the fans.You can hear "Raise the Horns" every Saturday at 3:00 p.m. EST on www.dementiaradio.com. REDEMPTION released its third CD, "The Origins of Ruin", on April 3 via Inside Out Music. The CD follows up 2005's breakthrough release "The Fullness of Time", the band's first with FATES WARNING frontman Ray Alder, which generated tremendous critical and popular acclaim. With Bernie Versailles (guitars, AGENT STEEL), Chris Quirarte (drums, PRYMARY) and new bass player Sean Andrews (who performed on Henning Pauly's CHAIN project), REDEMPTION is one of the most prominent up-and-coming progressive metal bands.
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