Roxx Records and Ne Plus Ultra Records will be hosting a very intimate invitation only release and listening party in honor of the brand new Michael Phillips solo debut release! The only way to get in to this show is to get a ‘Golden Metal Ticket’ which you will receive when you purchase the new CD from the Roxx Store or Divine Metal Distro between now and November 1st.

Each ticket will allow you in to a special invitation only show where you will be treated to a special performance from Michael Phillips and some very special guests including fasedown, the return of Applehead, 2112 (a tribute to Rush) and a few surprise guests! Join Michael and some of his closest friends for this special record release and listening party and hear the whole debut CD they way it was meant to be played…LOUD!

Guests must be willing and able to travel on their own accord to the Central California area the weekend of November 7th,! Full details will be provided only to those that purchase CD’s between today and November 1st only!

Bill Bafford
Roxx Productions
P.O. Box 2153
Irwindale CA 91706

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