RÖCKWORKZ Rock Collective To Perform In London This Weekend

RÖCKWORKZ, a new collective of the cream of the London rock world — featuring MEN & GODS singer Marc Eden, whom Slash (ex-GUNS N' ROSES) reportedly called "one of the greatest rock 'n' roll singers I have ever heard"; and Henry Rundell from VOODOO SIX, who's been described as "the best voice to come out of the British music scene in the last 10 years"; plus various members of VOODOO SIX, MEN & GODS, ZODIAC MINDWARP, CROWNING GLORY and CAVALAR and guests — will perform this Sunday, March 4 at BarMonsta, Camden, London, England.

This group of outstanding singers, guitarists, bass-players and drummers has played with members of and shared the bill with bands such as IRON MAIDEN, METALLICA, AC/DC, GUNS N' ROSES, ALICE COOPER, JUDAS PRIEST, AEROSMITH, DIO, UFO etc. as well as being recording and touring artists in their own right.

For more information, visit www.myspace.com/rockworkz.


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