Current and former members of ARMORED SAINT, WARRIOR, LIZZY BORDEN, FATES WARNING, IGNITE and ANTHRAX took part in a special jam at California-based photographer Stephanie Cabral's 40th birthday party on October 26, 2010 at Happenin' Harry's in Beverly Hills at Club Aqua. A video motage of the event can be viewed below.

Cabral has been shooting photographs since the '80s. Her first professional gig was straight out of college working for RIP magazine. She has also been published in Rolling Stone, Spin, Metal Edge, Metal Maniacs, Guitar World, Drum, USA Today and Metal Hammer, among many other publications. Her photos have graced CDs, bumper stickers, DVDs, posters, advertisements and even t-shirts. You're more likely to see her at a MEGADETH show than a KELLY CLARKSON concert, but she has actually shot both.

For samples of Stephanie's work, visit


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