WHITECROSS Reform, Plan New CD Release
Founding members Rex Carroll and Scott Wenzel of the three-time Dove Award-winning Christian metal band WHITECROSS met on January 15, 2005 to begin discussing a new WHITECROSS album as well as a possible re-recording of their 1987 debut self-titled LP. The re-recorded CD, due out early summer, will contain re-recorded versions of all the songs featured on the original CD, as well as special bonus tracks, including, but not limited to, "Love on the Line" from the "Love on the Line $6.98 EP". New artwork, photos, liner notes and other enhanced features will accompany the re-recorded self-titled CD.
WHITECROSS will perform a few selected live dates in 2005 as well as begin working on a new full-length album, featuring both Carroll and Wenzel. To celebrate this important event, WHITECROSS are selling a limited number of their original self-titled CDs, autographed by Scott and Rex. Rex will also be auctioning off his Peavey Vandenberg guitar during the month of March. This guitar was the primary guitar used in the making of "In the Kingdom" and "High Gear" as well as was Rex's primary guitar used while on tour.
For more information and the latest updates, please visit the official WHITECROSS web site at www.whitecrossmusic.com.
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