Dan Beehler, former singer/drummer of '80s Canadian metal legends EXCITER, will be one of the guest interviewers on ANNIHILATOR's "Ten Years in Hell" DVD, to be released around April 2005.
ANNIHILATOR mainman Jeff Waters recently remastered five of EXCITER's early releases and orchestrated a worldwide deal with Megaforce Records for much of their catalogue (most due to be released early 2005).
Commented Waters: "It was an honor to be able to help and work on some of the early pioneers of speed metal's classic works, but even more-so to have a legend like Dan appear on the DVD."
ANNIHILATOR's latest CD, "All For You", has been available in Europe since May through AFM Records. The CD, which was produced, mixed and engineered by Waters at Watersound Studios in Canada, marks the recording debut with the group of new singer Dave Padden, who replaced previous vocalist Joe Comeau (ex-OVERKILL, LIEGE LORD) in June 2003.
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