JOSHUA Albums Being Reissued

Critically acclaimed melodic hard rock guitarist Joshua Perahia (of the band JOSHUA) has re-launched his web site at this location.

Joshua is also getting prepared to enter the studio with vocalist Jeff Fenholt, who was the lead singer on JOSHUA's 1985 album "Surrender". The new album is tentively titled "Resurrection".

In advance of the new record, Joshua is reissuing three of his classic LPs which have not been in print for six years. Newly remastered CDs of "The Hand is Quicker Than the Eye", "Surrender" (with new cover art), and "Chapter One" (with new cover art) will be available March 20 through his web site, CDBaby and many other hard rock mailorders worldwide. Sound samples are currently posted on Joshua's MySpace.

Finally, keep an eye out for his much-anticipated DVD release "Intense Defense: Live in the Studio", which features Rob Rock on vocals. The DVD will also include live footage from various appearances with guests Paul Shortino (ROUGH CUTT, QUIET RIOT), Neal Grusky (TAKARA) and Jeff Fenholt.


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