SOULFLY/ex-ILL NINO guitarist Marc Rizzo will be hosting a BBQ/concert on Saturday, July 23 at Axis Lounge in Carlstadt, New Jersey, playing with his side project COMMITTEE OF THIRTEEN. The billing for the concert will feature some of the best local bands from Marc's hometown as well as some out-of-town friends, including CORE-TEZ, STEMM, ONE LUMP SUM, TRUDGE, QUICK KILL FORMULA, AKORA, ONE BRICK DOWN and A DOZEN DYING ROSES. Marc will also be celebrating the re-release of his debut solo album, "Colossal Myopia", due on August 2 on Shrapnel Records (home to guitar greats George Lynch, Michael Schenker, Paul Gilbert, John 5 and more) as well as a new CD sampler from his own Phlamencore Records, featuring the best up-and-coming independent metal bands.
After the BBQ show, Marc will be back concentrating on his duties as axeman for SOULFLY, supporting their new album, "Dark Ages", due out October 4 on Roadrunner Records.
As previously reported, the new version of "Colossal Myopia", which was originally issued on the Phlamencore label in February of 2004, will include four completely new, intricate instrumental metal-shred-type songs and new artwork.
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