ROB ROCK: U.S. Release Date Set For 'Holy Hell'

Singer ROB ROCK's (ex-IMPELLITTERI, DRIVER, JOSHUA) latest solo album, "Holy Hell", is scheduled to be released in the U.S. on September 6 via Candlelight/Caroline Records. Meanwhile, Danish producer Jacob Hansen (RAUNCHY, INVOCATOR) is mixing the bonus tracks for JVC/Victor Entertainment release of "Holy Hell", which will feature a very special guest guitar solo by Gus G. (DREAM EVIL, FIREWIND, ARCH ENEMY) on one of the tracks exclusively for the Asian territory.

"Holy Hell" features contributions from Bobby Jarzombek (drums; HALFORD, ICED EARTH, RIOT), Carljohan Grimmark (guitar; NARNIA), Andreas Olsson (bass; NARNIA), Bob Rossi (guitar), Rick Renstrom (guitar), and producer/guitarist Roy Z. Special guests include EDGUY singer Tobias Sammet and Italian keyboard sensation Mistheria.

"Holy Hell" was mixed by Hansen at Hansen Studios in Ribe, Denmark and was released in Europe in April via AFM Records.

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