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Judgement Day Posts Collaboration EP For Download

Metal violin and cello trio Judgement Day's Anton Patzner participated in a collaboration with other musicians, which resulted is a couple of songs being recorded and now released for free download. Here's the background from Judgement Day:

"Recorded in Sacramento in September of 2006, Huge Black Man’s 'Hugh Jackman EP' was in many ways a musical experiment. The rules: 4 musicians from very different bands would meet in a practice space for one day, without any prior rehearsal, and record an entire album.

"Those musicians were:
Anton Patzner of Judgement Day - Violin
Nick Reinhart of Tera Melos – Guitar, Knobs
Sam Phelps of 4 Guys from Reno – Bass
Noah Clark of Brilliant Red Lights – Drums and Producer

"The result is a highly unique blend of musical styles and an intriguing study of spontaneity and creativity under the pressure of time constraint. It’s also pretty fun to listen to."

You can download Huge Black Man’s "Hugh Jackman EP" here.

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