SEBASTIAN BACH/Ex-ICED EARTH Guitarist Producing SEVERED HAND Debut
SEVERED HAND, the New Jersey-based band featuring drummer Paris Bierk (son of former SKID ROW singer Sebastian Bach), have scheduled a live show Sunday, February 6 at Frogger's Fun Factory in Manahawkin, New Jersey. Showtime is 6pm. It is an all-ages show with admission being $7. Other bands scheduled to appear on the bill are ETERNITY VOID, TEXT OF ANNIHILATION, ON WINGS OF HORROR and DEAD AS LONG AS YOU'RE ALIVE.
SEVERED HAND recently added IMPRECARI vocalist Walter Figueroa to the band after Walter joined the band on stage last month for some IRON MAIDEN covers and a SEVERED HAND original, "Prepare For War". Ralph Santolla (formerly of ICED EARTH, currently of SEBASTIAN BACH) is producing the band's debut album, tentatively titled "Keep Your Wives Inside". Ralph will also do some guest guitar solos on the CD. Walter has already laid down some vocal tracks and will shortly finish the rest of the album. "Keep Your Wives Inside" is due out late February/early March and will be available at the band's shows and through their web site at SeveredHand.com.
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