SLEEPY HOLLOW Announces New Guitarist

U.S. metallers SLEEPY HOLLOW have announced the addition of guitarist Rick Craig to the group's ranks.

Craig is a founding member of Detroit metal legends HALLOWEEN and is also a former member of classic rock icons HUMBLE PIE and the MC5.

Rick will make his live debut with SLEEPY HOLLOW this fall, when the band headlines Dingbatz on Friday, October 6. Fans can also expect the guitarist to be on the band's next album and beyond.

SLEEPY HOLLOW's new album, "Skull 13", was released on March 23 via Pure Steel Records and High Roller Records. The effort was released on vinyl (limited 500 copies) through High Roller and on CD/DDL through Pure Steel.

"Skull 13" was recorded primarily at No Oulet Studio in Chester Springs, Pennsylvania with producers Steve Stegg and Eric Fisher.

Bassist Mike LePond left SLEEPY HOLLOW in December due to his commitments with SYMPHONY X. He has since been replaced by Alan D'Angelo.

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