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Christopher Lee hammers out some Holiday Metal


Sir Christopher Lee is already a legend in horror but what you might not know is that he has done vocals on two metal albums. He has been doing symphonic metal since 2005 and has released a metal album in 2010 called Charlemagne: By the Sword and the Cross. While fans wait for his follow-up Charlemagne: The Omens of Death, which is to be released before the end of the year, Lee Partnered with a few musicians and has embraced the holiday season with two heavy metal renditions of The Little Drummer Boy and Silent Night. These two songs will for sure turn heads if you play this at your holiday party. The songs are available to download and purchase on iTunes and Amazon as a part of “Christopher Lee: A Heavy Metal Christmas”.

Info on the release:

Vocals: Christopher Lee
Backing Vocals (Silent Night): Michelle at StudioPros
Guitars: Hedras Ramos Jr.
Bass: Hedras Ramos Sr.
Drums: Ollie Usiskin

Musical arrangements by Hedras Ramos Jr.
Recorded at: Bonafide Studios, StudioPros and Audio 7
Engeneering: Leopoldo Lopes and Hedras Ramos Sr.
Mixed and Mastered at Sound Pressure Studios

Hedras Ramos Jr, and Sr. perform with Halo Guitars and Dean Markley Strings
Ollie Usiskin performs with Pearl Drums and Zildjian Cymbals
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New From: $1.78 USD In Stock
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Author: Travis "Nyquill" Brown View all posts by
Travis has been a part of the St. Louis Pop Culture scene since his days as a heavy metal singer. Always a fan of horror, comics, and games Travis started his own personal blog about the St. Louis "nerd" life back in 2000. He soon started his own radio program "The Gutter" in 2006 which featured various types of metal music along with news on the horror industry. He is still active in the St. Louis music and pop culture scene and is known by many.