Roxx Productions is proud to announce the signing of Pastor Brad to their roster! After 5 consecutive instrumental shred albums, Pastor Brad is back with a full-length vocal album!  And 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!

This album will also feature three very special guest vocalists: Rachael (of Ravenshead), Richie Z (of Blind Seven), and “Ski” (of Faith Factor)! And a very special guest appearance from original Stryper keyboardist, Kenny Metcalf! If that’s not enough for you, you will also get plenty of shredding from Pastor Brad himself as he will be handling the bulk of the guitar work for this his Roxx Records debut release ‘Break Out’ coming in Spring 2010.

As an introduction to the Roxx Productions family, Pastor Brad is teaming up with Roxx Productions and JBM Design to provide you a very special Limited Edition Christmas CD entitled Pastor Brad’s ‘Christmas Shred’! This very special limited edition CD is being offered at $7.77 with free shipping world wide!! This special CD is being offered exclusively through Roxx Productions and Pastor Brad as both a Christmas Present and an Introduction of what’s to come from Pastor Brad and Roxx Productions!

This limited edition promotional release is limited to only 100 copies and will only be made available for a very limited time in November and December. Shipping in late November ‘Christmas Shred’ will be in your hands in plenty of time to play around the Christmas tree!

Merry Christmas from Pastor Brad, JBM Design and Roxx Productions!

For full details and order information visit www.roxxproductions.com

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