TRACY G's GOAD-ED: New CD Delayed

GOAD-ED, the band featuring ex-DIO/WWIII guitarist Tracy G, has had the release date of its new CD, "To Die Is Gain", pushed back slightly to late January/early February. The CD, which features Ray Luzier (ARMY OF ANYONE, KORN) on drums, Larry Bones on bass and Jason Witte on vocals, was mixed by Joe Floyd at Silver Cloud Studios and was mastered by Bernie Becker in Pasadena, California. Tracy says, "It sounds amazing."

Check out audio samples at

A new 30-minute audio interview with Tracy G has been posted at The Musician's Voice. Tracy talks about forming GOAD-ED as well as writing and recording the group's new CD. He also chats about his studio/live guitar rigs, his past CD catalog, and his experience in DIO.

Tracy's all-acoustic album, entitled "Grijalva", is available for order at this location.

For "Grijalva" audio samples, go to


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