IMAGIKA Guitarist To Guest On 'The Classic Metal Show'

IMAGIKA guitarist Steven Rice will guest on the terrestrial radio program "The Classic Metal Show" (not to be confused with its Internet-only counterpart) tonight (Friday, August 1) between 11:00 p.m. and 1:00 a.m. You can listen to the show live online at

"The Classic Metal Show" is heard weekly on nine affiliates around the country as part of the Pacifica Radio Network.

IMAGIKA released its new album, "Feast for the Hated", in the U.S. this past Tuesday (May 20) via Locomotive Records. The CD was mixed at Sweden's Sonic Train Studio with Andy La Rocque (KING DIAMOND guitarist).

IMAGIKA last year signed a new record deal with Sleaszy Rider Records for the release of their "My Bloodied Wings" CD in Europe. The album was repackaged and issued in January. The CD includes the bonus track "Haunt Me" and features new cover art by IMAGIKA drummer Henry Moreno. The original version was released in North America by Crash Music in July 2006.


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