“Project Rogue — Titans” Tries Again

Project boasts members of Lamb of God, Revocation, Death, Machine Head

Chris AdlerChris Adler

Chris Adler

The first crowd-funding campaign for “Project Rogue — Titans” fell significantly short of its $70,000 goal, netting less than $10,000. So, Randy Herrera’s giving it a second try.

Now, there is a new Pledgemusic campaign going…but the goal’s unspecified at this time.


The relaunchhed effort features some new named, as you will see from the list that follows.

The project aims to unite “legendary and emerging metal artists” for the purpose of creating “a unique, new music and video project. As a contributor, you’ll get unprecedented access to every part of the experience and even take an interactive role by helping decide what musical parts you may like the best, to what singers you may like the best on certain songs, to deciding what songs will make the final product.”

Those involved include:

Raymond Herrera – Arkaea (formerly of Fear Factory)

Shavo Odadjian – System Of A Down

Chris Adler – Lamb Of God

Rob Barrett – Cannibal Corpse

Christian Olde Wolbers – Arkaea (formerly of Fear Factory)

John Boecklin – DevilDriver

Paul Masvidal – Death and Cynic

Richard Christy – Charred Walls of the Damned (formerly of Death, Iced Earth)

David Davidson – Revocation

Sean Reinert – Death and Cynic

Jon Howard – Threat Signal and Arkaea

Mitch Harris – Napalm Death

Jed Simon – Scar The Martyr and Strapping Young Lad

Frank Watkins – Obituary and Gorgoroth

Wayne Static – Ex-Static-X

Pat Lachman – Ex-Damageplan

Logan Mader – Machine Head and Soulfly

Tommy Vext – Westfield Massacre (formerly of Divine Heresy, Snot)

JD Schmidt – Nociceptor

Robert Luciani – Means End

Vincent Zylstra – Synthetic Breed

Andrew Zink – Akeldama

Connor Reibling – Akeldama

Boris Bonillo – Letum Ascensus

Freddy Contreras – PRO-FE-CIA

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