Russian Guitar Hero Fights Terrorism With Music

- Press Release

Anton Tsygankov, an award- winning rock guitar virtuoso and songwriter, has just announced the worldwide release of his album titled ANTI-The Anton Tsygankov Project.

To promote the album's message, Tsygankov and his band are touring the
Middle East, performing at anti-terrorism rallies in war zones and
geopolitical hot spots.

"You can speak a lot about the struggle against terror from a TV or
radio," says twenty-six-year-old Anton, "but it's much better if you pack
your bags and bring your music to the people who need it more than anybody.
That's what makes a difference and that's what ANTI is all about."

ANTI's strong, vibrant funk-rock sound shows the influence of artists
like the Foo Fighters, Methods of Mayhem, Tommy Lee, Rooster and Nuno
Bettencourt, but Tsygankov's unique musical voice shines through in every
track. Layering Russian folk motifs with virtuosic rock guitar and
thought-provoking lyrics, Anton Tsygankov's music stands out as the sound
of rock to come.

Chuck Register, a Moscow native, provides a raspy, energetic vocal
performance that channels the spirit of Aerosmith's Steven Tyler and
Audioslave's Chris Cornell. Tsygankov co-produced the album with Roman
Zaslavsky, a veteran of the Russian music scene who has worked with
numerous award-winning artists such as t.A.T.u. and Ivan Kupala.

ANTI-The Anton Tsygankov Project is now available worldwide through
http://www.cdbaby.com and http://www.cdfreedom.com

Free samples can be
heard at http://www.antontsygankov.com

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