Guitarist GLEN DROVER Talks MEGADETH, Solo Album In New Audio Interview recently conducted an interview with Magna Carta recording artist Glen Drover (MEGADETH, KING DIAMOND, EIDOLON). You can now listen to the chat in two parts below.

On September 25, Glen Drover took part in an historic performance that was webcast worldwide as part of the "Live At Metalworks" series from Mississauga, Canada.

Footage of Drover and his band performing the song "Colors Of Infinity" during the webcast which was seen by over 25,000 people in 64 countries is available in the YouTube clip below.

Glen's "Live At Metalworks" performance will be released as a DVD in early 2012 via Magna Carta.

Magna Carta has long been known for being a leading independent label producing and distributing some of the best talent on the contemporary music scene with an emphasis on musical virtuosity. Glen Drover recently produced a critically acclaimed album for the label, showcasing his world-class talents as a guitarist and a composer. Glen has developed fans and followers throughout the world who have been impressed with both his technical ability and emotional depth as an artist.

"Live At Metalworks" refers to the Metalworks group of companies including award-winning Metalworks Studios the most renowned and recognized recording facility in Canada for more than 30 years. The September 25 webcast of Glen Drover was presented from the facility's newly completed North Auditorium. The webcast was also made available as an archive on the Magna Carta web site after the live webcast.

Drover's debut solo album, "Metalusion", was released on April 5 via Magna Carta Records.

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