ALEX SKOLNICK TRIO, the jazz ensemble led by former TESTAMENT/SAVATAGE guitarist Alex Skolnick, have inked a deal with Magna Carta Records. "Fittingly, Magna Carta is based in Rochester, NY, where we have some of our most rabid supporters," the band write on Alex's web site. "We want to thank all the fans and industry folks that helped make this possible and look forward to having a release in stores nationwide."

As previously reported, ALEX SKOLNICK TRIO will be contributing a track to "Expressions In Jazz Major", a limited-edition jazz compilation album to be released this July. The album will benefit the Instruments for the Youth Foundation. The Florida based non-profit organization works to provide free musical instruments to underprivileged and impoverished children. The organization also produces celebrity hosted music clinics for children and works to further the efforts of education through music. The album will be sold through the organization's web site at


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