METAL CHURCH vocalist Ronny Munroe and SACRED OATH mainman Rob Thorne will be the featured guests on this weekend's (April 4) edition of "The Classic Metal Show"."The Classic Metal Show" can be heard every Saturday night between 9:00 p.m. EST and 3:00 a.m. EST at www.cmsradio.net. Ronny Munroe's solo debut, "The Fire Within", is due this spring via Rat Pak Records. His solo band includes METAL CHURCH guitarist Rick Van Zandt on guitar. Munroe had 15 original songs to choose from for the upcoming CD, which was co-produced by the singer and Vanderhoof. The album features a guest appearance on two tracks by QUEENSRŸCHE guitarist Michael Wilton. SACRED OATH — Rob Thorne (vocals, guitar), Bill Smith (Guitar), Scott Waite (bass), and Kenny Evans (drums) — has just signed an exclusive European distribution/publishing deal with CMM Marketing in Hannover Germany for their new studio album, "Sacred Oath". The CD will be released on May 22 via H'Art Musik/SAOL. Both the standard AND the deluxe editions of the album will be marketed throughout Europe by CMM, a company best known for their work with IRON MAIDEN, HALFORD, YNGWIE MALMSTEEN, OVERKILL, METAL CHURCH, the Wacken Open Air festival, and more.
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