ANNIHILATOR Mastermind Looking To Produce Metal Bands
ANNIHILATOR mainman Jeff Waters is making himself available to produce/engineer and/or to mix metal bands, according to a posting on the group's web site. All bands interested in obtaining "a powerful metal production and/or some hot metal mixes" should send an e-mail to Watersound Studios Inc. ([email protected]) for more information. Serious inquiries only.
As previously reported, Waters is in talks with three different companies about releasing ANNIHILATOR's first-ever DVD. In addition to issuing a "proper" ANNIHILATOR DVD, Waters says that there are also plans to issue a second DVD that will be "kinda half an instructional guitar/ANNIHILATOR video: me jamming to some of the songs/solos on the CDs and playing some easy ones and hard ones," he says. "BUT the other half should be a really entertaining one: lots of me talking about how cds were recorded, tour of my studio, guitars, amps, all the neat and intersting stuff ya always wanted to know. AND A LOT OF RARE FOOTAGE AND AUDIO. So this will not be just for guitarists, but for bassists and all fans of ANNIHILATOR!"
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