AXEMASTER Announces New Bassist

Ohio-based metallers AXEMASTER have issued the following update:

"AXEMASTER is happy to announce that it has completed its lineup with the addition of bassist Jim Curtis. Jim's a world-class player with vast experience in a wide range of music. He says, 'I'm honored to be in AXEMASTER and ready to help the band kick ass.' With him and new singer Dan Kaisk, the band's lineup is by far the best in its long history and will display it on their new CD.

"The band would also like to announce that a special guest guitarist will appear on the new release. Ivan Hurd, who recorded seven releases with the classic band ANVIL during a 12-year span, will be featured playing a solo on a selected song from the band's upcoming release. Special thanks goes to Tiziana Hurd of Sol Music Management for making it all happen!"

The CD re-release of AXEMASTER's classic debut album, "Blessing In The Skies", is available through Burning Star Records at


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