HADES Guitarist Records CD With 'THE HOWARD STERN SHOW's JEFF THE DRUNK

HADES guitarist Dan Lorenzo and ALL BORO KINGS/ex-MUCKY PUP drummer John Milnes are set to appear on an upcoming CD from JEFF THE DRUNK from "The Howard Stern Show". Says Lorenzo, "I arranged and recorded guitar and bass to nine songs. Two heavy originals and seven Christmas/New Year standards. It was a train wreck — Jeff is a mess. Got on the radio twice last week with Howard, who goofed on it (if he wasn't involved, it's NOT funny). Stuttering John said, 'I know this guy (Dan) — he was in a metal band called HADES — thanks, John! Anyway it's pretty funny and in production now." In other news, Lorenzo, Milnes and John's singer brother Chris will team up on an upcoming CD that Dan has described as "HEAVY". More information will be made available soon.

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