HALFORD Guitarist Records Exclusive MP3s For MARSHALL AMPLIFICATION

HALFORD/PAINMUSEUM guitarist "Metal" Mike Chlasciak recently sat down with Nick Bowcott (ex-GRIM REAPER guitarist) of Marshall Amplification for a candid conversation about the guitarist's early days of growing up in Poland during the Cold War, discovering heavy metal in America to ultimately joining Rob Halford's band. Conversation touches upon his current endeavors including equipment set-ups. The interview resulted in Metal Mike providing an exclusive metal riff played fast and slow. The informative interview and the MP3s of the riff can be seen and heard at this location. A magazine/print version of the above will be available to all through Marshall Amplification's own magazine Marshall Law.

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