Former IMPELLITERRI Singer Lines Up Collaboration, Guest Appearances!

December 24, 2001

Former IMPELLITERRI frontman Rob Rock and his touring band have started pre-production on guitarist Ricky Renstrom's new solo album. The CD will reportedly feature “some blazing Rick Renstrom neo-classical metal instrumentals” as well as some vocal songs featuring guest vocalists. Renstrom and Rock will co-produce the album and co-write the vocal songs. Rock's voice can also be heard on the latest EDGUY release, entitled Mandrake, singing backing vocals. Rock and Renstrom also make an appearance on the new POWERGOD release, entitled Bleed For The Gods, performing on the cover songs "Stars" and "You and I".

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