IMPELLITTERI: 'Pedal To The Metal' To Receive U.S. Release In The Spring

IMPELLITTERI are currently doing press for the European release of "Pedal to the Metal". The new CD will be released officially in Europe in March. The American release will be through SPV America and should be available in the spring. "'Pedal to the Metal' is very different than our typical shred sound, it is very musically diverse," states the group's mainman, Chris Impellitteri, in a posting on their official web site. "It even pays obvious tribute to some other very cool bands!

"I am also trying to get my other new CD titled 'The Holy Grail' released in the United States," added Chris. "This music has all of the great riffs, shredding solos and crazy vocal songs we have become known for. A majority of the music are songs I have been recording and touring with in Japan. It will definitely shock the American main stream rock crowd. I will let you know when I have made a deal for the official American release.

"Until then I hope everyone enjoys 'Pedal to the Metal'

"Regarding tour: We have already toured Japan and I look forward to doing dates in Europe and America."


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