PAINMUSEUM's 'Metal' Mike Chlasciak to Speak at NJ's County College Of Morris

Guitarist "Metal" Mike Chlasciak (PAINMUSEUM, HALFORD) will be a guest speaker for the music business majors at County College of Morris in Randolph, NJ. The event will take place Tuesday, April 12 and is exclusive to the students of the college. Metal Mike will speak at length about his experiences in the music business and will answer questions throughout the visit.

In related news, Metal Mike's official site, Painmuseum.com, has debuted a new column, "The Monthly Contest". A new piece of signed merchandise as well as unique one-of-a-kind pieces are available each month. April's prize is a signed PAINMUSEUM "Metal For Life" CD. The CD has been signed by Metal Mike, Bobby Jarzombek and Tim Clayborne.

PAINMUSEUM's "Metal For Life" debut is available across all FYE, Coconuts, Strawberries and Wherehouse Music locations. You can preview the entire album at CDBaby.com.

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