Guitarist 'METAL' MIKE CHLASCIAK Begins Work On New PAINMUSEUM Album

Guitarist "Metal" Mike Chlasciak (HALFORD, PAINMUSEUM, SEBASTIAN BACH) has issued the following update:

"Greetings metalheads worldwide. I hope that you are all enjoying the new music from HALFORD. As always, it is a metal honor to collaborate with The Metal God [a.k.a. Rob Halford] and I have nothing by respect for the man and all the great things going on with his new venture — Metal God Entertainment.

"Speaking of cyberspace, we have teamed up with a ballsy design firm 7s Design out of Brazil to bring you two new MySpace designs. Online now are, which is dedicated to the PAINMUSEUM band, and, which concentrates on all my endeavors. You can listen to and occassionaly download music I have associated myself with for the past few years. Let us know what you think.

"Last but not least, I have started to work on the follow-up to the PAINMUSEUM debut 'Metal for Life'. It is hard to tell exactly where the final product will end up, but you can expect grinding thrashy riffs, great songwriting and a little more lead guitar work. We are in the writing stages now plus I am looking through ton of ideas I have laid down as demos over the last year or so. We are committed to delivering a great album, period. I am looking to also dust off some road cases and do some live work with the band, so more on that as things shape up."


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