HADES Book Studio Time

HADES have booked time at Crystal Studios to record one new song which will be a bonus track on the Mausoleum Records re-release of the group's first three CDs. "[Vocalist] Alan Tecchio is writing the lyrics to a song (bassist) Jimmy Schulman and I just put together," stated guitarist Dan Lorenzo. "It combines three riffs I wrote after we recorded 'DamNation' and two of Jimmy's riffs from after we finished 'If At First You Don't Succeed'. Mausoleum have told me they plan on releasing the double CD the end of February. Visit HadesUSA.com for more info on that."

On another note, Lorenzo added, "For those of you who want to hear why Jerry Cantrell [ex-ALICE IN CHAINS] wants to work with DROPBOX vocalist John Kosco...you can hear John sing 'Fiend' on my first solo CD at DanLorenzo.net. John also sang a song on my new solo CD ('Nice Being Alone') called 'Devil's A Lady'."


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