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Retrospect Records (www.retrospectrecords.com) has announced the release of Eric Vanlandingham's 2nd album entitled "Meet My Demons".  Written, performed, recorded, mixed and mastered solely by Eric in its entirety at Demon Digital Sound Studio (www.demondigital.com), the November 2008 release earns Eric the prowess as not only "Underground guitar hero" (Hardrock Haven Online) but also launches him as an accomplished conceptual producer.

Selling countless copies worldwide, Eric has been featured on radio and internet broadcasts as well as landing a spot in rotation for a few of his cuts from his 1999 Self-titled release. While the final cover and inner art credits go to Michael Case of Chromazone (www.chromazonephotography.com), it was Eric who was the mastermind to the visual storyboard. Eric describes his latest project as "the audio visual story of the evils within the human mind, conscience and soul. A concept album that reads like a horror novel, sounds like "Hell" and makes you dream the unimaginable."

Melodically shredding through the layers of his latest concept album, Meet My Demons draws its listeners into a full-blown sensory overload. Flowing with raw emotion coupled with fear and desperation,  Eric's music chronicle challenges his listeners not only to hear but to witness and experience the pain, confusion and dire frustrations of a man tortured by his past, present and inevitably, his future.  The heavy metal master displays his "force to be reckoned with" guitar style throughout the album on such hard hitters as "Born" and  "No One Attacked" while his alter ego takes center stage desperately slashing through the evil that suffocates him on such tracks as "1000 Voices" and "Hypnosis".

To acquaint yourself with Eric's demonic entourage check out www.ericvanlandingham.com or go to www.myspace.com/ericvanlandingham where you will find the latest news, purchase details, music downloads and promotional videos.

Elizabeth Luchenbill