Where Angels Suffer ( US )

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Where Angels Suffer ( US )

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    WHERE ANGELS SUFFER, the band featuring Rich Lewis (Animal), Chris Holmes (WASP), Steve Unger (Metal Church) and Stet Howland (WASP, Lita Ford, Blackfoot and 10,000 Views)

    Where Angels Suffer is a Supergroup that features 2 ex-members of W.A.S.P. -

    Chris Holmes : Guitar

    An original member of W.A.S.P Holmes has etched out a Stellar Career which can be traced back to the early days of metal that infiltrated L.A. and the Sunset Strip. A California native himself Holmes is also well known for his role in The Decline of Western Civilization Part II: The Metal Years and other projects both in film and music playing with the A list of metal. As featured on albums such as the legendary self-titled debut W.A.S.P., The Last Command, Inside The Electric Circus, Live In The Raw, Double Live Assassins, The Sting, Kill F*ck Die & The Headless Children

    Stet Howland : Drums

    In his later role in W.A.S.P, Stet became a key component as drummer. In addition to W.A.S.P the ever active Howland's resume includes Temple of Brutality, RUN 21, Killing Machine, Belladonna, Blackfoot and Lita Ford to name, just a few. Howland resides in Florida with his own recording studio to keep him busy on a variety of projects including a reality show which he is in the process of launching.

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    Rich Lewis, a longtime friend, was a natural choice for front man as he is a key component in the chemistry of the band. He has played alongside many greats artists including Ravencraft with Jeff Young (Megadeth).Lewis's natural talent, broad range and unique voice which encompasswas_poster the Metal sound are what cemented his spot as front man. His vocals only need to be heard to be believed. His influences can be heard in his vocals as he effortlessly can adapt to a variety of styles. He has been compared to greats like Ronnie James Dio, Bruce Dickinson and Lawless, but you really can't compare Lewis to anyone because he has made his own path in the industry of Metal.

    Steve Unger who played with Metal Church is a talented Bassist in his own right and his contribution to the Where Angels Suffer project completes the dynamic which makes these dynamic band mates such a huge success. Unger who played for Metal Church, was a big part of the Seattle band and his contributed a lot to their long success over the years. Work on Where Angels Suffer links Unger to former band.The new album he believes will be one of the best culminations of talent the metal scene has seen in a long time.

    Where Angels Suffer is a project that is long over due. This all-star band of Metal Royalty has come together to create a new album, encompassing the essence of great Metal Rock bands. The project came naturally, as previous members of W.A.S.P. the artists share a unique style and talent that will be showcased on this exciting album. The band, comprised of Chris Holmes, Stet Howland, Steve Unger and Rich Lewis, will embrace their metal history while simultaneously astounding their fans with ground breaking original songs that could have only by created by the exceptional chemistry and passion these professional musicians discovered when they came together in their new creative endeavor Where Angels Suffer.

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