New video interview with Kevin & Brian of Sacramento’s Deadlands @ NAMM 2014

Interview with Kevin Rohr & Brian O’Connor @ NAMM 2014
Breaking out on the worldwide music scene, is Sacramento, California’s Heavy Metal act DEADLANDS. As professional musicians and seasoned performers, DEADLANDS delivers full force with a heavy energetic musical approach in its song writing and live performances. They unleash killer hooks with heavy dynamic vocals, attacking guitar riffs, epic solos, catchy lyrics, driving drums and intricate bass lines that combine heavy, thrash, groove, and speed metal with shredding hard rock overtones.

They have received great reviews and high praise for their music and live performances from fans, concert promoters and Media sources worldwide.
Currently, DEADLANDS finished their debut full length CD “Evilution” and signed a worldwide record deal with Massacre Records. “Evilution” released on February 22, 2013 and features guest solo appearances by legendary Heavy Metal guitarists: Hank Shermann (Mercyful Fate), Michael Denner (Mercyful Fate/King Diamond), Andy LaRocque (King Diamond), Claudeous Creamer (Dragonlord), Mike Wead (Mercyful Fate/King Diamond), Glen Alvelais (Forbidden/Testament/HateFX), and Steve Smyth (Nevermore/Forbidden). “Evilution” was mixed and mastered by DEADLANDS and Juan Urteaga (Machine Head, Testament) at Trident Studios. Video for the song “Deadlands” shot by director Mike Sloat (Testament, Machinehead). Album artwork by Erick Zombie.



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