Former MEGADETH bassist David Ellefson has recorded a guest appearance for the forthcoming debut album from Toronto's WARMACHINE.
Ellefson reportedly plays bass on three of the album's tracks: "Betrayed", "Empty" and "Taunted Souls". "I must say that he did a brilliant job on these tunes and it is an honor and a dream come true to have one my idols playing on our album," WARMACHINE guitarist/vocalist Joe Di Taranto writes on the group's web site.
Ellefson, who recorded his contributions to the album last November at The Saltmine studios in Mesa, Arizona, "also assisted in the production of the record," according to Di Taranto.
Other guest performers on the upcoming CD include EMERALD RAIN members Sean Gregory (who plays bass on "Beginning Of The End" and "Origin"), Mike Dmitrovic (who plays a "rippin'" solo on "Safe Haven"), and Murray Daigle (who sings some backing vocals on "Empty").
WARMACHINE, who were recently rejoined by bassist Andrea Zanini, expect to release their debut album sometime in the spring. Exact label details have yet to be disclosed.
For more information on WARMACHINE, visit the band's official web site at this location.
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