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    Posted: 28 Apr 2020 at 4:58am
Hey folks,
I'm Valentin (stage name Valentin The Mad), a lead guitarist-solo artist from Haifa, Israel.
I'm currently working on a solo project of instrumental music centered around the electric guitar, with the genres varying from soft rock, through prog, to heavy thrash metal, with influences from other genres as well.
It is a solo project in every sense of the word - for the most part, I write, record, produce, mix and promote the music on my own.
Due to it being a solo project, tracks are released one by one and not in an EP\album format.

I'd like to submit the solo project for a review on the site.

Here's the playlist with all of the current releases:

To make it easier for the reviewer, here's the artist info, photos, and the solo project artwork
Solo project artwork:

Artist photos (by Yuri Shepelev):

Artist info:
Valentin The Mad is a lead guitarist - solo artist from Haifa, Israel.
The "Deadly Obsession" solo project he is currently working on is instrumental music, centered around the electric guitar and the guitar solo. The music in the project varies from soft rock, through prog to heavy-thrash metal with influences from other musical genres as well.

With a few exceptions, Valentin writes, records and produces the music in the solo project.

One of his biggest influences is Metallica. Kirk Hammet's guitar solos made him pick up the electric guitar at the age of 15 and the balance of heavy riffs, leads and solos in their instrumentals greatly influenced Valentin's approach to writing music.

He also runs the gaming channel Random Madness on Youtube, in which he reviews and discusses blood and gore effects in video games and conducts interviews with developers.
The demo of "Devil's Courtyard" was used in the intro of the reviews, where it was heard over 4 million times in the various videos.
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