In honor of the 40th anniversary of Randy Rhoads’ passing, Berlin-based Thrash Metal band FADEAD has come up with a unique idea. Drummer Shumon went through his extensive collection of Rhoads-shaped guitars and taped a playthrough-video for an upcoming song showcasing the legendary design. A teaser for the video is now online on the Facebook site of the band (facebook.fadead.band) and the full video will follow soon.
But this is not just a unique video. This whole Rhoads collection will be showcased at this year’s Guitar Summit exhibition in September, paying tribute to a monumental guitar player who passed way too soon and the guitar shape he created. There will be an article in the Gitarre & Bass magazine – which also organizes the exhibition – about Randy Rhoads and this collection.
Also, the band FADEAD which self-published it’s debut effort Of Decline And Rise last year is now working on new audio and video material thematically based on their previous work.
Leider ist es bei unseren Freunden von Thwart zu einem COVID-Fall gekommen, weshalb diese am kommendem Samstag, dem 4.12., im ORWOhaus ausfallen. Dafür springen die großartigen Metall ein! Zusammen mit @Killing Spree werden wir euch Beine machen.Bis dahin!
Due to the current Corona-situation, both our shows have been cancelled. Hopefully, we will be able to reschedule both shows since we were really looking forward to fire our killer-riffs at you at both dates… Stay posted for new dates and until then: stay healthy!
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