A BEAUTIFUL DISASTER, the brand new band featuring renowned guitarist Mike Orlando (ADRENALINE MOB), drummer Chris Bones (THE DRAMA CLUB), bassist Mike Morgan (THE DRAMA CLUB) and vocalist Nick Coyle (LIFER, THE DRAMA CLUB), will enter Orlando's Sonic Stomp Studios to begin recording its debut album, to be engineered, mixed and mastered by Orlando.
A BEAUTIFUL DISASTER was formed in late 2014 and plays "a new breed of rock" music, according to a press release, combining unforgettable melodies, meaningful lyrics and their own unique blend of masterful songwriting and musicianship, demonstrating that there are still musicians out there that actually prefer to play "real" instruments in the digital age we live in today.
A BEAUTIFUL DISASTER, which recently signed with Union Entertainment Group's John Gomez for management, will perform on Axes & Anchors cruise alongside BREAKING BENJAMIN, FLYLEAF, ADELITA'S WAY, THOUSAND FOOT CRUTCH, MOTIONLESS IN WHITE and guitar greats Zakk Wylde, Yngwie Malmsteen, Michael Schenker, Tony McAlpine, Alex Skolnick and many more.
Photo credit: Dana Griffo
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