STARBREAKER Guitarist Launches Official Web Site

STARBREAKER guitarist Magnus Karlsson has just launched his official web site at The site includes an overview of his past recordings with MIDNIGHT SUN, LAST TRIBE and the ALLEN/LANDE project.

In other news, the STARBREAKER track "Die for You" is included on the cover-mounted CD attached to the July 2005 issue of Classic Rock magazine (featuring MÖTLEY CRÜE on the cover).

STARBREAKER's self-titled debut album was released in March via Frontiers Records. Joining Karlsson in the group's lineup is TNT frontman Tony Harnell, bassist Fabrizio Grossi (who is described in a press release as "one of the busiest producers in the rock world," having worked with Glenn Hughes/Chad Smith and Dave Navarro, HOUSE OF LORDS, Slash, Ice T/BODY COUNT, and George Clinton/P-FUNK), and drummer John Macaluso (who has previously worked with Harnell on TNT's "Realized Fantasies" album in 1992).


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