This Friday’s Guest DJ: FRASER EDWARDS

Fraser Edwards playing banjo

Fraser Edwards is known for his catchy melodies, lightning-fast guitar work and unique brand of humor. His fun lyrical subjects, evidenced in his 2020 viral hit “Stop Saying We Sound Like DragonForce” led to Fraser collaborating with DragonForce live on Herman Li’s Twitch. Fraser has worked with some of the biggest names in power metal, including DragonForce, Metalite, Axenstar and Dragonland.

His new album The Reckoning is his first instrumental record, bringing to life Americana themes as he seamlessly integrates banjo and honkytonk piano with Power Metal.

On the Guest DJ Show this Friday, guitarist, producer, and engineer Fraser Edwards will play for you his favorite and/or inspirational music tracks. After his playlist, we’ll play a handful of tracks off of his latest release, The Reckoning.

The Friday Guest DJ Hour Show airs at the following times:

15:00 and 21:00 Central Europe
9:00 am and 3:00 pm US East Coast
6:00 am and 12:00 pm US West Coast

Find ways to tune in here.

While you wait check out the official video for “The Harvest” taken from the album The Reckoning!


  • Bryce Van Patten

    Bryce is an audio engineer and a graphic designer here at Metal Express Radio. From the day he purchased his first album (Machine Head by Deep Purple), he has had a passion for heavy music, which has influenced his whole life. Bryce is from the great Pacific Northwest in USA, and has played in metal bands like Babylon, Holy Terror, The Wild Dogs, Warhead and Egypt through the 80s. He had his first interview for the Portland, Oregon publication The Rock Rag with guitarist Paul Gilbert in his Racer X days. Then he was honored to get to have drinks, and talk for an hour with the legendary Dan McCafferty of Nazareth for his second interview. In 2013, he spent an amazing hour talking to Andi Deris of Helloween, which was the high point of his heavy metal journalism.   In the year 2001, he formed Man in Black Music Publishing. They released recordings by several local bands, and in the spirit of the old Metal Massacre compilations, he created a 2-album series called The Defenders of Metal. The albums featured classic styled Metal bands from all around the world, with bands from Australia to England, and from Argentina to Russia. Currently, he is the producer/creator/vocalist of the Metal band The Black Tuesdays.

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