FIFTH ANGEL Announces New Singer

After months of speculation following their performance at Germany's Keep It True festival last April, the members of the reunited metal stalwarts FIFTH ANGEL have announced Arizona-based powerhouse David Fefolt as their new permanent lead vocalist.

Fefolt, who has fronted metal bands such as VALHALLA, HAWK, MASI, FORGOTTEN REALM and ANGELS OF BABYLON, has been a friend of FIFTH ANGEL for some time and is very excited to begin the next chapter in the group's saga. The band also launched a brand new official web site at midnight New Year's Eve to keep fans up to date on touring and recording news.

FIFTH ANGEL is currently demoing material in Seattle for what will be the group's third full-length album. A 2011 release is expected.

FIFTH ANGEL 2011 is:

Ed Archer: Guitar
Kendall Bechtel: Guitar
John Macko: Bass
Jeffrey McCormack: Drums
David Fefolt: Vocals


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