JAG PANZER Frontman To Guest On BATTLE CRY EP
Colorado Springs-based power metallers BATTLE CRY report that Harry "The Tyrant" Conklin from the legendary JAG PANZER will lend his voice for some backing parts and possibly lead on a bonus track for their upcoming self-titled debut EP. Other notable guest musicians set to appear on the recording are Matt Aub, vocalist from Virginia-based TIMELORD and formerly with Limb Music Products recording artists FORGOTTEN REALM, and Mike Pittman from Colorado Springs' DISTANT WARNING, who also has done some fill-in live work with the U.K.-based SHADOWKEEP. The EP is currently being recorded at Enharmonic Studios in Colorado Springs and is slated for a summer release on the band's own Nightfall Records label.
"Battle Cry" EP projected track listing:
01. Battle Cry
02. The Inquisition
03. Osiris (Instrumental)
04. All Hallows' Eve
05. Sacred Legacy
For more information, visit www.battlecryband.com.
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