New Jersey metal band DIVINE FURY has announced the addition of former SEVEN WITCHES members Bobby Lucas (ex-OVERLORDE) on vocals and Brian Vincent on drums.DIVINE FURY was started in 2003 founded by Chris Galebides (guitar) and Dan Chrzan (bass) who had a vision to bring back true metal to the Jersey scene, echoing sounds of early QUEENSRŸCHE, IRON MAIDEN, JUDAS PRIEST and Ronnie James Dio-era SABBATH to name a few. Galebides and fellow guitarist Lou Szaniszlo are influenced by the likes of Yngwie Malmsteen, Chris Poland, Paul Gilbert, Tony Iommi, Marty Friedman and Michael Wilton, among many others. DIVINE FURY is planning on entering the studio very soon to record a three-track demo so they can begin shopping it to record labels. To date Bobby has recorded four albums — the first two SEVEN WITCHES albums ("Second War in Heaven", "City of Lost Souls"), one with the prog-metal band EXHIBITION ("The Sign of Tomorrow"), and most recently one with the band OVERLORDE ("Return of the Snow Giant"). He is also a member of the JUDAS PRIEST tribute band STEEL MESSIAH (MySpace page).
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