UNHOLY GHOST Offer Reward For Stolen Guitar

A reward is currently being offered for information leading to the safe return of the black Jackson Warrior guitar (photo) stolen from UNHOLY GHOST guitarist Jerry Mortellaro earlier this week. This is the guitar that Jerry used to record the band's debut album, "Torrential Reign", as well as his main axe for live shows. Additionally, this same Jackson Warrior was previously owned by DEICIDE guitarist Eric Hoffman, and was used to record DEICIDE's classic debut album as well as "Legion". For more photos of the guitar, click here. All information should be sent to [email protected]

UNHOLY GHOST is the new band featuring DIABOLIC founding members Aantar Lee Coates (drums), Paul Ouellette (vocals/bass), and Jerry Mortellaro (guitar), along with original DIABOLIC guitarist and PESSIMIST founder Kelly McLauchlin. "Torrential Reign" was recorded at D.O.W. (Diet Of Worms) studios in Seffner, Florida with producer Juan "Punchy" Gonzalez (MORBID ANGEL).


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