ANTHRAX And SHADOWS FALL Guitarist JON DONAIS Launches 'Guitar-Centric' Web Site
Jon Donais, lead guitarist for SHADOWS FALL and ANTHRAX, has launched a guitar-centric site at www.JonDonais.com. It features performance videos, rare videos, concert photos, guitar tips and tricks by Jon.
The web site is accepting fan photos (send to firstname.lastname@example.org) for the upcoming fan gallery and fans can submit videos for the "Shredder Of The Month" contest. The best guitar cover of any SHADOWS FALL tune will be featured on the site.
ANTHRAX's next album will mark the recording debut with the band of Donais, who replaced Rob Caggiano in January 2013.
Regarding whether Donais is now officially an ANTHRAX member, ANTHRAX guitarist Scott Ian told Metal Insider: "For all intents and purposes, he's in ANTHRAX. He's going to be there for everything we do moving forward. As far as how you title it, yeah. As far as I'm concerned, Jon is in ANTHRAX and will be playing leads on the record and will be touring with the band starting at the end of May 2014."
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