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Slam Cartel - "WorldStarLove"
Slam Cartel started as an idea in Terence Warville’s mind. On a boat, in the sun, with nothing more than a guitar and a tape recorder the seeds were sown for the thirteen killer tracks on critically acclaimed debut album “Handful of Dreams”.
The songs took shape with the guidance of producer George De Angelis, as the positions were filled by able musicians, including Marc Neudeck on Bass, Tom Hendriksen on Guitar and Steve Campkin on Drums.
As the band stormed stages at the Scala, Sonisphere, Hammerfest and Hard Rock Hell, the singles were snapped up one after another by Planet Rock, TBFM and countless independent radio stations around the world.
2014 saw a line up change, with Gary Moffatt taking over vocal duties and Damo Fawcett filling the Lead Guitar role. With this new, stronger line up the live show reached new heights, and saw the release of the AA side single Vanishing Worlds/Hypnotised.
2015 took Slam Cartel even higher, with their super ballad ‘Storm Seasoned’ release and being played repeatedly on over 200 radio stations Worldwide…
A super ballad ‘Storm Seasoned’ is their latest release, all music is available to purchase from the usual and many digital platforms. Also available on hard copy at The Music Shop Ashford.
2016 will bring more new songs from Slam Cartel and an anticipated April UK tour with their new guitarist JC.
Rock/Hard Rock/Rock’n’Rollers
Terence Warville – Guitar/Vox
Gary Moffat – Vocals and Acoustic Guitar
JC – Guitars/Vox
Marc Neudeck – Bass/Vox
Steve Campkin – Drums

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