Ex-CRIMSON GLORY Guitarist BEN JACKSON Finishing Up Work On New Solo CD
Former CRIMSON GLORY guitarist Ben Jackson is currently finishing up work on his new solo CD, "All Over You". Two more scheduled sessions at Morrisound Studios in Tampa, Florida will take place later this month before the album is shipped off to Fullersound in Miami for final production. Ex-CRIMSON GLORY vocalist Midnight performs backing vocals on all tracks. Two songs from the follow-up to 2001's "Here I Come" (Jaxhammer Records) can currently be downloaded from Jackson's web site: "Falling Down" (mp3) and "Mean Machine" (mp3).
In other news, a full-length version of the G-LOCK tune "Sloth" (featuring ex-CRIMSON GLORY bassist Jeff Lords on bass/vocals) has been posted online in the "audio" section of CRIMSON GLORY's official web site. More information about G-LOCK can be obtained by visiting their web site at www.g-lock.com.
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