Bassist RANDY COVEN To Guest On Guitarist MILAN POLAK's CD

Bassist Randy Coven (ARK, YNGWIE MALMSTEEN) has just completed seven bass tracks on up-and-coming guitarist Milan Polak's new CD along with Johnny Mac on drums. Other guest bassists on the album include Billy Sheehan (DAVID LEE ROTH, TALAS) and Fabrizio Grossi (STARBREAKER). Check out photos from the session at this location.

Coven recently spent time in the studio recording Russian virtuoso pianist Vitalij Kuprij's new CD, "Revenge", due in Japan on December 16 via Avalon/Marquee Inc. The effort, which features Vitalij, Randy's old YNGWIE bandmate John Macaluso, Joe Lynn Turner (DEEP PURPLE, RAINBOW, YNGWIE MALMSTEEN), Doogie White (RAINBOW, YNGWIE MALMSTEEN) and guitarist Micheal Harris, "will prove to be one of the heaviest classically orientated metal albums ever," according to Coven.


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