Former HADES Guitarist To Film Video

Former HADES guitarist Dan Lorenzo will be filming a video for the track "Frozen Planet" off his solo CD, "Cassius King". "I have two versions of that song on my CD because Johnny Milnes (MUCKY PUP) and Ron Lipnicki (HADES) both wanted to play drums on it," Lorenzo said. "I recorded two separate versions of the song — one with cursing, one clean. I want them both in the video, so I guess I'm going to have to do the SPINAL TAP exploding drummer thing. Jimmy Schulman will be in the video on bass. Jay Bones, who did the HADES DVD and OVERKILL DVD will be producing it. He's vehement that it WON'T look low-budget. Not sure of the exact date of the filming, most likely in 2-3 weeks. Anybody who wants to come down can visit www.DanLorenzo.net. I'll put up something soon regarding date and time."

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