Former HADES/current CASSIUS KING mainman Dan Lorenzo has issued the following update:

"Keith Roth from Main Man Records has asked us to cover a BEATLES song for an upcoming BEATLES tribute CD. At first, I didn't have a real interest in participating, but (bassist) Jimmy Schulman convinced me otherwise. Jimmy is a huge BEATLES fan and he thought we could make a real heavy interpretation of one of their songs. Since (drummer) Ron Lipnicki joined OVERKILL we've only jammed once, but we are going to record again either right before or right after OVERKILL's U.S. tour in September. While we're recording the BEATLES song, I think we're going to record at least one brand new original song as well.

"Other than that, I've been writing the music for Jim Florentine and Don Jamieson's 'Meet The Creeps 2' DVD. My webmaster added an MP3 of an instrumental from 'Cut From A Different Cloth' to my website www.DanLorenzo.net, which is awesome... because you don't have to hear my shitty voice."


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