MARK ZONDER's TEMPLEWITHIN Project Changes Name
FATES WARNING drummer Mark Zonder has posted the following update on his new band featuring Zonder, MICHAEL SCHENKER GROUP guitarist/keyboardist Wayne Findlay and ex-TRIBE OF GYPSIES singer Gregg Analla:
"We have been under going a few changes but things are moving in a very positive direction. We have decided to change the name of the band from TEMPLEWITHIN to SLAVIOR. We feel that SLAVIOR better represents the style and image of the band.
"After being released from our record contract with Black Lotus a few weeks ago, we are in the process of securing a new deal. Details of the release along with the new official SLAVIOR website will be announced shortly. The second half of the year 2006 will be a very exciting one for us."
SLAVIOR's debut album will contain the following track listing:
03. Another Planet
06. Red Road
07. Swept Away
09. Give it Up
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