BLASTMASTERS To Guest On 'Metal Madness' TV Show

BLASTMASTERS, the Florida-based death metal band led by former DIABOLIC/UNHOLY GHOST drummer Lee "Aantar" Coates, will be appearing on the "Metal Madness" TV show in Los Angeles, California on April 15. Robert Cardenes (INFAMY, COFFIN TEXTS) will be hosting the show, which airs on Channel 6 every Friday between 7 and 8 p.m. In other news, BLASTMASTERS will be performing live at the CC Roadhouse in Los Angeles on April 16. Also appearing on the bill will be INFAMY, FUNERAL PYRE, UNSANCTIFIED and LETUM ASCENSUS.

BLASTMASTERS recently completed work on their debut self-titled demo at D.O.W. Studios with producer Juan "Punchy" Gonzalez (MORBID ANGEL, UNHOLY GHOST).

Formed on June 27, 2004, BLASTMASTERS' brand of "death grind" is said to feature "blistering guitar riffs, stellar leads, devastating machine gun drum work, and demonic vocals."


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