no, unfortunately i had a buddy who made a band called "harley street", and they did a 5-song demo back in the mid-'90s. it was skid row-ish hair metal, great songs, all of them. i've also known a hungarian band called "facer", they used flute as a solo instrument occasionally, the guitar player was dope. good luck finding these
edit: i found the 2nd band it took me a search i didn't do in the last 7-8 years, because i already failed to find these songs online back then. https://soundcloud.com/facerband/facer-demo-1-01-f-lelem the instrumental section starts around 1:18, and the solo i never managed to learn back then starts at 2:56.
Gave a listen to Stone Sour's last years album, gotta say it was better than their previous stuff. Some strange Metallica impressions going on at times, but apart from that I loved it. Always been fascinated by Corey Taylor.
February will be a fun month, new albums from Awolnation, Franz Ferdinand and Brian Fallon
at around halfway through the first listen, this ultraphonix record looks like a true gem. george lynch on guitars with the vocals of corey glover from living colour looks already like a killer combo, and the rhythm section is equally awesome. also, pretty cool songs, not the usual supergroup stuff with a bunch of soulless songs.
New Album Francis Trouble from ex-Strokes guitarist Albert Hammond Jr was a nice surprise. If you've ever wondered what an album written by a rhythm guitarist would sound like, this is it, every riff, every little melodic guitar line ridiculously polished