REIGN OF TERROR's JOE STUMP: Possible Live Album, Instrumental CD On The Way

Guitarist Joe Stump (REIGN OF TERROR, OBSESSION) has posted the following message on his web site:

"The REIGN OF TERROR European Tour was a ton of fun and the shows went very well. We're hoping to go back sometime early next year (April). We recorded one of the shows and are also recording the Nov. 29th show in Rochester N.Y. and might use a combination of both shows for a live album. The live album would feature tracks from 'Sacred Ground', 'Conquer and Divide', several instrumental tracks, a live guitar solo, a few tunes from [singer] Mike [Vescera]'s past groups (LOUDNESS and YNGWIE MALMSTEEN), also some old RAINBOW and DEEP PURPLE tracks. We will post more on that with a full track listing when a release date is confirmed. Also I'll be recording my 7th instrumental album during Dec. and Jan. to be released early next year. I promise it will be my finest recorded guitar work to date. It's been awhile since I've done a full on studio instrumental record and I'm sure you won't be disappointed. I'll also be doing a third instructional DVD, the second one to be released through This one will be an advanced Neo-classical DVD covering difficult excerpts from some of my more demanding tracks, Classical pedal point and arpeggio sequences as well as some blazing right hand alternate and economy picking material. I'll also be doing a clinic tour in Dec. going to Taiwan, Hong Kong, and parts of China. So there will be plenty of new Joe Stump products available early next year."


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