GRIM REAPER To Reunite For Appearance At Germany's KEEP IT TRUE Festival
'80s British metallers GRIM REAPER will reunite for an appearance at this year's Keep It True VI festival, set to take place April 8 at Tauberfrankenhalle in Lauda-Königshofen, Germany. According to the festival organizers, "This will be a real GRIM REAPER show and not like the gig they played in Wacken some years ago." Also newly confirmed for the festival are SEVEN WITCHES, featuring former SAVATAGE guitarist Jack Frost and ex-HADES frontman Alan Tecchio. The final festival billing is as follows:
Keep It True VI – "Metal Soldiers"
ROSS THE BOSS (USA) (A Night Of Early MANOWAR)
SOLITUDE AETURNUS (USA)
GRIM REAPER (UK)
SILVER FIST (ESP) (playing a special MURO set)
Keep It True VI — "Metal Knights" Warm-Up Show (April 7 at Sporthalle in Dittigheim):
SEVEN WITCHES (USA)
DANTESCO (Puerto Rico)
Tickets are available for 17 euros (Keep It True) and 8 euros (warm-up show).
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