METAL CHURCH vocalist Ronny Munroe has uploaded a couple of new solo demo tracks to his MySpace page.Commented Ronny: "While Kurdt [Vanderhoof; guitars] and Jeff [Plate; drums] are gearing up for [TRANS-SIBERIAN ORCHESTRA], I kept myself busy this morning with Steve at Head Change Studio in San Francisco. I was recording a couple demo songs Rick Van Zandt [new METAL CHURCH guitarist] and I have written. I am thinking about putting them on my solo album. These are just rough recordings with a drum machine so it is what it is but I would love to hear [everyone's] thoughts." Ronny Munroe will perform with his solo band, which includes METAL CHURCH guitarist Rick Van Zandt on guitar, at the first annual World Bowl Of Rock at the King Cat Theatre in Seattle, Washington on November 2. They will play old and new METAL CHURCH tracks as well songs from Ronny's upcomming solo effort. The first two hundred tthrough the door will get a free copy of Ronny's "Internal Quest" EP. Sonic Excess conducted an interview with Ronny Munroe last month. Listen to the chat at this location.
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