Ex-ANTHRAX Singer NEIL TURBIN Guests On TREASURE LAND Demo; Audio Available

Former ANTHRAX/current DEATHRIDERS vocalist Neil Turbin makes a guest appearance on the new TREASURE LAND demo track "The Cities Are Burning", playing the part of Nostradamus. Listen to the track on the Swedish band's MySpace page.

DEATHRIDERS' current lineup consists of Neil Turbin, Steve McKnight (MIKE INEZ, CRY WOLF) on lead guitar, Chris Moore (ORCUS, VVSI) on drums, Sandy K. Vasquez (BLOODLUST) on bass, and Kurt James (STEELER, DRIVER) lead guitar. The band is working material for its debut album "A Fate Worse than Death", due in late 2007/early 2008. They are also collaborating with Swedish master guitarist Jonas Hornqvist from TREASURE LAND.

Turbin released a solo CD, entitled "Threatcon Delta", in 2003 via Metal Mayhem/Middle Finger Records.


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