Baron Murtland now endorses ESP Guitars

Rusty Eye guitarist Tony “Baron” Murtland is pleased to announce his new guitar endorsement with ESP Guitars.

Said Baron, currently putting the final touches on Rusty Eye‘s new full length cover album “It’s great to start working with ESP officially I’ve been a big fan of their guitars for years…” Further adding “I’ve played every gig and recorded almost all guitars for Rusty Eye the past four years with my M-1000 from ESP and with the AX-360 in my arsenal I’m stoked for the future.”

ESP is an industry leader in Hard Rock and Heavy Metal guitars. Notable ESP endorsees include James Hetfield, Alexi Laiho, Jeff Hanneman, Joe Stump, Kirk Hammett, etc.

About Baron Murtland

Baron is an American guitarist from Herndon, Virginia has played for Rusty Eye since 2006. In that time he has shared the stage with artists such as Katatonia, The Faceless, George Lynch and has put out two studio and two live albums with a new album due late 2012. For more on Baron, visit him at www.facebook.com/barontmurtland, www.twitter.com/baronmurtland and www.rustyeye.com

“I’ve played every gig and recorded almost all guitars for Rusty Eye the past four years with my M-1000 from ESP and with the AX-360 in my arsenal I’m stoked for the future.”

Baron Murtland at ESP Guitars headquarters in Los Angeles, CA

 

Métaluna Magazine, France. “Possessor” Review

Métaluna #6

By Fabrice Lambot

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