SHADOWS FALL's JASON BITTNER Offering Online Drum Lessons

SHADOWS FALL's Jason Bittner is now offering live online drum lessons at RockSource360.com. Now anyone can take a lesson with the Grammy-nominated, Berklee-educated percussion phenom. Studying musicians will learn multiple styles, including double-bass, multi-pedal patterns, odd times, etc. From rock and metal, to jazz fundamentals, to world fusion, Bittner's lessons can help drummers take their skills to the next level. The live sessions cost just $60 per 45-50 minute session. Head to RockSource360.com and click book your lesson to see available times. The only requirements needed are a strong Internet connection (dial-up excluded), a Skype account with video capabilities, a webcam or built-in camera, a PayPal account for lesson payment, and a desktop/laptop positioned by your drumset to ensure proper student/teacher viewing and instruction.

Video footage of Bittner's October 21, 2010 clinic at the Long Island Drum Center in Plainview, New York can be viewed below.

SHADOWS FALL's "Madness In Manila: Shadows Fall Live In The Philippines 2009" concert DVD/CD was released on October 25 via Everblack Industries/Ferret Music. The set includes over 60 minutes of footage that was shot on April 30, 2009 at the Pulp Summer Slam in Manila, Philippines as well as a live audio CD.

SHADOWS FALL's latest album, "Retribution", came out on September 15, 2009. The CD sold around 13,000 copies in the United States in its first week of release to debut at position No. 35 on The Billboard 200 chart. The effort was made available via Everblack Industries, the label SHADOWS FALL created in conjunction with Warner Music Group's ILG, Ferret Music and ChannelZERO Entertainment.

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