CODE OF PERFECTION Sign With LIMB MUSIC PRODUCTS
Limb Music Products has announced the signing of the German-Japanese powerhouse high-tech trio CODE OF PERFECTION. The band consists of guitar virtuoso Thorsten Koehne (ex-DEMON DRIVE), bass wizard Keisuke Nishimoto (KELLY SIMONZ, HIDEOUS SUN DEMONS) and drum genius Frank Kraus (ex-DEMON DRIVE, LETTER X). The group's debut CD, "Last Exit for the Lost", "takes the listener on a journey back to the days of classic guitar heroes of bands such as CACOPHONY and RACER X," according to a press release. "Last Exit For The Lost" also features guest appearances by vocalist Carsten Lizard Schulz (DOMAIN, EVIDENCE ONE), guitarist Alex Beyrodt (SILENT FORCE, ex-SINNER), keyboard master Ferdy Doernberg (AXEL RUDI PELL, ROUGH SILK) and the legendary shred-master himself Michael Angelo (ex-NITRO). Produced by DOMAIN/CASANOVA bassist Jochen Mayer, the CD will be in stores February 24, 2006.
For more information, visit www.codeofperfection.de.
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