Stickman

2012 has been a busy year for recording for me. Between working on the new Agent Cooper album, producing new singles of my own and pre-production writing for my new album, I have managed to find some time to guest on a few other projects.

Stickman is the new project from two of my very good friends Trent Horne and James Terry. Their new album “Pull” has just been released by the band. Produced, engineered and mixed by Mike Froedge (The Dreaded Marco, doubleDrive, Black Label Society) at Open Sky Studios in Atlanta, GA, this album is a hard rock tour-de-force.

I’m very pleased to have been invited to throw down some lead guitar work on a number of tracks, but their ain’t no filler on this one. Every track is smokin’. I’m looking forward to playing the Stickman CD release show early next year as well.

You can listen to all of the tracks via the band’s Facebook page, order a limited CD or download your favorite tracks (that’ll be all of them) from iTunes.

On Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/StickManRocks

On iTunes:
https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/pull/id579682958

Check it out!
Mike

Stickman - Pull

Personnel:

James Terry – Vocals
Trent Horne – Guitars, Bass & Vocals
Mike Froedge – Drums
Mike Martin – Guitars
Derek Bentley – Vocals

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About mike2of5martin

I am a guitarist, composer, producer, fashion disaster and cat rancher. I have performed music professionally since the age of 14 and began my formal studies at the age of 4 so it took me 10 years to get my first gig. I have spent the rest of my career trying a little harder.... View all posts by mike2of5martin

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