SOULS ON 11 — the project featuring former MEGADETH guitarist Jeff Young and 24-year-old Swedish singer Guernica Mancini — had its October 21, 2011 performance at Genghis Cohen Restaurant, Bar Music Room in Hollywood, California filmed for DVD release. Joining Young and Mancini during the concert were James Lomenzo (bass; MEGADETH, BLACK LABEL SOCIETY, WHITE LION) and Debby Holiday(vocals).
A new edit of the song “Maybe Tomorrow” from the DVD can be seen below.
Fans that want the actual finished hi-fi HD version featuring six more live songs and bonus features can purchase the disc at www.soulson11.com.
Mancini joined SOULS ON 11 earlier in the year as the replacement for Schascle “Twinkle” Yochim, who was unable to move forward with the project due to various “personal and family situations.” Seeking a vocalist of European sensibility led the guitarist back to his Alma mater, Musicians Institute in Hollywood, California. Mancini is a recent graduate of MI‘s Vocal Institute Of Technology and is currently attending courses in Music Business at UCLA. During her tenure at VIT, Mancini went through a self-proclaimed “’80s metal phase,” exploring a natural affinity and the uncanny ability to sing in the style of Ronnie James Dio, SKID ROW‘s Sebastian Bach, Janis Joplin and the like.
SOULS ON 11‘s recording lineup is rounded out by the world-class rhythm section of Lomenzo and drummer Jeff Bowders (PAUL GILBERT, PUDDLE OF MUDD).