IMPELLITTERI: 'Pedal To The Metal' To Be Released In Europe And America

October 18, 2004

IMPELLITTERI's latest album, "Pedal to the Metal", will receive a long-overdue U.S. and European release in early 2005 via SPV Records. The CD order on the American version will be slightly different than the verson that is currently available in Japan, according to a posting on IMPELLITTERI's web site. The U.S. edition starts with the track "The Iceman Cometh" and continues with more of the group's heavy tunes.

"I hope everyone gets a chance to check out the new cd. It has a lot of new and original IMPELLITTERI songs plus some tunes that actually mimic some really cool modern bands, but with IMPELLITTERI solos," guitarist Chris Impellitteri writes. "The CD is very enjoyable for us to play live and the fans on the first leg of the tour have seen the power these tunes have."

The follow-up to 2002's "System X" marks the recording debut with the group of new vocalist Curtis Skelton (ex-SPEAK NO EVIL),who joined the band in 2003.

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