Guitarist Jeff Waters of Canadian thrash metal veterans ANNIHILATOR makes a guest appearance on the song "Hide Your Self" by the up-and-coming Finnish metal act FREEDOMINATION. The track is featured on FREEDOMINATION's new promotional release, "Power Of Nightmares", and will also appear on the group's upcoming full-length album.

Commented FREEDOMINATION guitarist/vocalist Timo Ahlstrm: "This song truly stands out to me because my biggest musical influence Jeff Waters plays a killer guest solo on it! As a longtime ANNIHILATOR fan, I get goosebumps every time the solo gets near!! Our whole band is damn stoked about this!"

"Hide Your Self" audio stream:


Timo Ahlstrm - Guitar, Vocals
Mikko Turunen - Guitar
Arttu Kantola - Bass
Jukka Ahlstrm - Drums

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