The Shredderz Drop Self-Titled Debut Single Featuring Testament’s Alex Skolnick
Cartoon/NFT/virtual metal band The Shredderz have been teasing their existence as a multi-dimensional heavy metal entity, and now they’ve officially released a track, the self-titled “Shredderz.” The song features Alex Skolnick of Testament fame.
The band’s official statement reads:
“The Shredderz have officially been released from Hell. Five musical misfits—Raz, Vincent, Weasel, Donny, Nigel, and their manager Lydia—had a chance encounter with The Devil Himself. This clandestine meeting led to a deal that set The Shredderz on a path to multi-dimensional superstardom backed by the power of darkness. The road, however, was a rocky one mired in misadventure. The consequences of a perilous business relationship with Mr. D landed the band in his fiery lair. Following some deal-altering discussions, The Shredderz have been released back into the metaverse in search of fame and fortune once again. Fans are invited to play a role in their new journey.
“Join us on our mission to unleash a relentless storm of sonic fury upon your ears! We are armed and ready to conquer every corner of the universe with our hell-powered bone-crushing riffs, earth-shattering beats and mind-blowing melodies.”
This summer, The Shredderz will release their debut album featuring appearances from Gary Holt (Slayer, Exodus), Derrick Green (Sepultura), Brandon Ellis (Black Dahlia Murder), George Lynch (Dokken, Lynch Mob), Dan Lilker (ex-Anthrax, Nuclear Assault), Taina Bergamaschi and Jessica DiFalchi (Crypta), Dave Davidson (Revocation), and Jessica Pimentel (Brujeria, Orange is the New Black).