METAL CHURCH Singer RONNY MUNROE: New Solo Track Featuring QUEENSRŸCHE Guitarist Available

METAL CHURCH vocalist Ronny Munroe has posted a new solo track, "What You Choose To Call Hell (I Call Home)", on his MySpace page. According to the singer, "It features Michael Wilton from QUEENSRŸCHE ripping it up."

Ronny Munroe will release his solo album, "The Fire Within", on April 21 via Rat Pak Records. In the days leading up to the release, Ronny will share his insights and inspirations for the songs on the album and give fans a little taste of things to come. In the first installment, Ronny talks about the first track on the CD, "Far". Watch it below.

Munroe previously stated about the CD, "'The Fire Within' will undoubtedly be my best work to date and I look forward to sharing it with you all."

Ronny Munroe's solo band includes METAL CHURCH guitarist Rick Van Zandt on guitar.

According to Tacoma Weekly, METAL CHURCH guitarist Kurdt Vanderhoof had encouraged Munroe for some time to do a solo project. With METAL CHURCH's plans to tour in support of their new album on hold, this offered an opportunity for Munroe to do so.

Munroe had 15 original songs to choose from for the upcoming CD, which was co-produced by the singer and Vanderhoof.

Munroe said these songs show a wider vocal range, bigger choruses and different melodies compared to his work in METAL CHURCH.

He wrote the lyrics and came up with melody lines, while Van Zandt wrote some of the music.

Ronny Munroe was interviewed on March 25 on "The Big Rock Show". The chat is now available for streaming at this location.


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