Fan-filmed video footage of vocalist Ronny Munroe (PRESTO BALLET, ex-METAL CHURCH, ex-LILLIAN AXE) and his backing band (consisting of members of DOWNFIRE) performing the METAL CHURCH song "Disappear" on February 25, 2011 at The Basement in Kingston, New York can be viewed below.
Munroe has been diligently working on his next CD, tenatively due late spring/early summer via Rat Pak Records. According to the label, the as-yet-untitled CD will "be his best metal release to date."
Ronny Munroe recently released his free iPhone app featuring music, videos, photos, tour dates and all the up-to-date and current news. It's available now via the Apple store by typing in the search box "Ronny Munroe". (iPhone app developed by Ignacio Orellana at Digmetalworld.)
Munroe's solo album, "The Fire Within", was released in April 2009 via Rat Pak Records. The singer had 15 original songs to choose from for the CD, which was co-produced by Ronny and former METAL CHURCH guitarist Kurdt Vanderhoof.
PRESTO BALLET's new album, "Invisible Places", was released on February 4 via SAOL / H'Art / Zebralution.
PRESTO BALLET's current lineup consists of Vanderhoof, Munroe, drummer Bill Raymond, keyboardist Kerry Shacklett and bassist Bobby Ferkovich.
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