Message Roxx Records is very proud to announce the Spring release of Pastor Brad’s ‘Break Out’! After 5 independent instrumental shred albums, Pastor Brad is back with his fourth full-length vocal album and his first on Roxx Records!  While the old-school guitar shred influences are still here, this album will hit you square in the face with some of the heaviest sounding riffs ever recorded on any Pastor Brad album!

What started out as a true solo CD turned in to a very special release with tons of special guest artists! The album is set to feature the following very special guest appearances…

Ken Tamplin

Les Carlsen (of Bloodgood)

Rachel Anne (of Iron Majesty)

Chaz Bond (of Jacob’s Dream)

Richie Z (of Blind Seven)

Dave Merriwether (of Stricken)

Jim Griffin (of Griffin X)

Norman ‘Ski’ Kiersznowski (of Faith Factor)

Luke Weber (of The Pastor Brad Band)

Angel Zamora

As an added bonus the first 100 pre-orders of this special release will come with a bonus disc entitled ‘Best of the Rest’ a bonus disc of rarities, unreleased tracks and also some of the  ‘Break Out’ tracks featuring Pastor Brad handling all the vocals! (they were just too good not to put out) So if you’re a Pastor Brad fan you will definitely want to get in on the pre-order for this one!

This debut Roxx Release is set to hit the streets on April 27, 2010 and will be available everywhere!

Also be sure to check out the brand new Roxx Store while you’re at it!!!!

Visit www.roxxproductions.com for all the details

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