NEIL TURBIN's DEATHRIDERS To Introduce New Lineup At San Diego Gig
DEATHRIDERS, the new band fronted by original ANTHRAX vocalist Neil Turbin, will play an all-ages show on Thursday, March 29 at the House of Blues in San Diego. The event will be free to everyone over 21 and only $10 for those under 21. This will be DEATHRIDERS' first performance with the new lineup of Neil Turbin, Steve McKnight (MIKE INEZ, CRY WOLF) on lead guitar, Chris Moore (ORCUS, VVSI) on drums, Sandy K. Vasquez (BLOODLUST) on bass, and Kurt James (STEELER, DRIVER) lead guitar. The band will perform never-before-played material off its forthcoming album "A Fate Worse than Death" as well as a couple of Neil Turbin trademark classics for the diehard fans. Also scheduled to appear are up-and-coming black metallers DAMCYAN as well as NARSIL, AGHORI and AWAITING SAMSARA.
DEATHRIDERS is currently in pre-production mode in the studio writing the remainder of songs for the album as well as collaborating with Swedish master guitarist Jonas Hornqvist from the band TREASURE LAND.
Turbin released a solo CD, entitled "Threatcon Delta", in 2003 via Metal Mayhem/Middle Finger Records.
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