F5, the new Phoenix-based band featuring former MEGADETH bassist David Ellefson, ex-SICK SPEED vocalist Dale Steele, drummer David Small, and guitarists Steve Conley and John Davis, will support GEORGE LYNCH (DOKKEN, LYNCH MOB) tonight (Dec. 20) at The Venue of Scottsdale in Scottsdale, Arizona. The performance will reportedly be filmed, although it is presently unclear if any of the footage will be released. F5 last supported LYNCH Monday night (Dec. 19) at City Limits in Tucson, Arizona.
F5's debut album, "A Drug for All Seasons", was released in North America in September via Cleopatra Records. The original version of "A Drug For All Seasons" is also available in Asia on JVC Victor Entertainment and in Europe on Mascot Records.
F5, whose sound is being described as guitar-heavy melodic hard rock, recorded the album last year at a Phoenix-area studio with producer Ryan Greene, who had previously worked with Ellefson in 1991 on the demos for MEGADETH's "Countdown to Extinction" album.
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