Former PULSE ULTRA guitarist Dominic Cifarelli is in the final mixing stage of his debut solo album, a semi-instrumental guitar masterpiece based on a story he created, and the first part of an ongoing series dubbed "The Chronicles of Israfel". According to a press release, "This is a story about a boy, 'The Starborn Child', born in secrecy, his very existence hidden until this day. It was thought to be absolutely impossible for two beings from feuding alien races, The Eidolon and Anakim, who have been at war for centuries, to conceive a child. The Eidolon's leader Black Dragon, ruler of the Red Plane, has been manipulating humans on earth through his puppets in the evil government — whose only purpose is to slowly take over one city at a time until domination of the universe and all dimensions is complete. But it doesn't end there. He has been gathering souls in his netherworld for millennia, for the End Battle to be fought against his greatest enemy, Venom Weapon — the aggressive protector force used by the Anakim to keep the universe intact and to protect humans on earth. The Anakim are the strongest link and the saving grace of the Starborn Alliance. Thanks to Venom Weapon, they have managed to hold off Black Dragon and his armies. The Anakim also have key officers who are in the highest ranks of the 'kill division' a force placed on earth to counter the Government. The 'kill division' is made up of the 'activated ones' who have been chosen and trained to kill." Two tracks from the upcoming album can be heard at www.myspace.com/thechroniclesofisrafel. The album is scheduled for release in March though Dominic's own label, Bridge Of Hands Entertainment.
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