METALFORCE Announces New Rhythm Guitarist
METALFORCE, the German metal band led by former MAJESTY singer vocalist Tarek "MS" Maghary, has announced the addition of rhythm guitarist Josef Echter to the group's ranks. Josef will make his live debut with the band on MANOWAR's upcoming "Death To Infidels" European tour, which will feature METALFORCE as "special guests."
A 15-minute documentary on the self-titled debut album from METALFORCE can be viewed below.
"Metalforce" was released last summer via Magic Circle Music, the record label owned by members of MANOWAR. According to the band's official bio, the members of METALFORCE "honor their fans with anthems of power and might. It's the stuff metal legends are made of and METALFORCE is destined to become one and the same. There [are] 11 new songs to motivate 'true metal' fans to raise their flags and pledge their allegiance. . . METALFORCE promises to unite the world of 'true metal' through the power of passion, expressed through their music."
Commented Maghary: "True metal doesn't follow commercial trends, it comes from your heart, it's truthful, it's totally honest, an honesty that is dedicated to your music and your fans."
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