DARK SKY CHOIR has announced the addion of guitarist Ira Black (I AM MORBID, LIZZY BORDEN, VICIOUS RUMORS, METAL CHURCH) to the group's ranks.
DARK SKY CHOIR features vocalist Brian Allen (VICIOUS RUMORS), bassist Percy Trayanov (MADAME MAYHEM) and drummer Mike James Sakowski (EXXPLORER).
The group's new album, "End Of Days", was written and produced by DISTURBED bassist John Moyer, Rick Santaniello, Fred Gorhau and will feature Black.
DARK SKY CHOIR's spring tour with with BOBAFLEX will kick off on April 17.
A special debut performance with Black will take place on April 9 at the "Ultimate Jam Night" in Los Angeles.
Formed in 2016, DARK SKY CHOIR originally consisted of four veterans of the local music scene playing the classic metal music they all grew up listening to. As their local popularity increased as a tribute band, it was inevitable that they soon began writing their own music.
Inspired by a lifetime love of metal, DARK SKY CHOIR brings years of live and recording experience to the stage.
The band's debut album was released in 2017 and was followed by a self-titled EP in 2018.
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