IMPELLITTERI mainman Chris Impellitteri has posted the following update on the group's activities via the band's official web site: “[Vocalist] Graham [Bonnet and I] have just returned from a very exciting promotional tour of Japan. We were doing many interviews with the press for our new disc, System X. The press seem to like the new music very much. The opinion is that the new music is very heavy and very traditional to the classic rock sound that the fans are expecting, and of course the guitar solos are great, fast and very melodic. The new solos are more musical than ever before!!!! Also, the press are very impressed by the power of Graham Bonnet's vocal performance on System X. Graham has delivered a GREAT performance on this new disc. IMPELLITTERI looks forward to a very great live show and a safe tour. Kindest Regards, Chris Impellitteri”
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