METAL CHURCH Frontman Announces Solo Dates
METAL CHURCH frontman Ronny Munroe has lined up the following dates with his solo project:
Sep. 19 - Fat City - San Francisco, CA
Sep. 20 - Club Vegas - Salt Lake City, UT
Sep. 22 - Paladino's – Tarzana, CA
Sep. 29 - Studio Seven – Seattle, WA (w/ LILLAIN AXE)
Due to so many requests for Munroe's solo tracks after putting them on his MySpace, he has made a limited number of CD copies of his three-song EP available for $3.99. They can be purchased from www.myspace.com/ronnymunroe or Ronny's web site where there is a PayPal button.
Munroe has finalized the lineup for his solo project. He has recruited his former ROTTWEILLER bandmates Rick Van Zandt on guitar, Izzy Rehaume on bass and Doug Marapodi on drums along with Q-5/TKO/NIGHTSHADE guitarist Rick Pierce.
METAL CHURCH's video for the song "Mirror of Lies" has been posted online at YouTube. The clip was shot by Roax Films on the band's "Light in the Dark" summer European tour at the Wacken Open Air festival and in Hamburg at the Markthalle.
METAL CHURCH's latest album, "A Light in the Dark", was released in Europe on June 19, 2006 (June 27 in the U.S.) via SPV. The CD includes a new version of the classic "Watch the Children Pray" as a tribute to vocalist David Wayne, who passed away in May 2005.
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