Former HADES Guitarist To Begin Recording Second Solo Album
Former HADES guitarist Dan Lorenzo has issued the following update regarding his current activities:
"I'm going back into Crystal Studios the end of this month to begin recording my second solo release. Ron Lipnicki (who is now 13 months cancer free) will be on drums for most of the new CD. I'm going to record 3 new originals plus 'Stop' by THE PLASMATICS. After that, I'll wait a month and go back in with a combination of Ron, Johnny Milnes (MUCKY PUP), and Mike Cristi (NON-FICTION, YEARS OF STATIC) on drums.
"I've been going over all the songs I've written on my digital 8-track since HADES released 'DamNation' and this weekend I found a thrash song I totally forgot I wrote. I recently fractured a finger on my left hand playing basketball, so if I can't physically play this song, I'm thinking of having Scott LePage (who played guitar on HADES' first CD, 'Resisting Success') fly up from Dallas to record with me. Most of the rest of the CD will be doomy or mid-paced, similar to my first release, 'Cassius King'. I should be able to release this new CD before Christmas."
For more information, visit Lorenzo's web site.
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