Sacramento, California-based heavy metal group DEADLANDS released its debut album, "Evilution", on February 1 via Molten Metal Records. The CD was mixed and mastered at Trident Studios by Juan Urteaga (MACHINE HEAD, TESTAMENT).
Brian O'Connor - Vocals
Michael J. Gardner - Lead Guitar
Kevin Rohr - Lead Guitar
Steve "Dedbass" Northam - Bass
Danny Sablan - Drums
Some amazing guest legendary metal guitarists can be heard soloing on two songs from "Evilution". The track "Final Solution" features Hank Shermann (MERCYFUL FATE), Michael Denner (MERCYFUL FATE, KING DIAMOND), Andy LaRocque (KING DIAMOND), Claudeous Creamer (SERPENT & SERAPH, DRAGONLORD) and Mike Wead (MERCYFUL FATE, KING DIAMOND); while "Path We've Chosen" contains contributions from Glen Alvelais (FORBIDDEN, TESTAMENT, LD50) and Steve Smyth (NEVERMORE, FORBIDDEN).
DEADLANDS is currently shopping for a label worldwide while booking shows in Northern California with Iron Fist Circle Productions and Man Down Productions, playing support with such acts as EXODUS, DEATH ANGEL, ANVIL, ATTITUDE ADJUSTMENT, HEATHEN and more.
For more information, visit www.deadlandsmusic.com.
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