POWERWORLD Enlists Former THRESHOLD Singer
German melodic metal band POWERWORLD, the brainchild of former FREEDOM CALL and MOON'DOC bassist Ilker Ersin, has enlisted former SARGANT FURY/THRESHOLD singer Andrew "Mac" McDermott. According to POWERWORLD, "Mac is confirmed as new full member of POWERWORLD and will finish the vocal parts [for the band's new LP] in his studio in Hanover."
POWERWORLD's second album, "Tame Your Demons", will contain twelve songs and will feature a guest appearance on drums by Simon Michael of SUBWAY TO SALLY.
POWERWORLD wants to complete the production of the new CD as soon as possible and perform at various festivals in Europe this summer.
After his departure from FREEDOM CALL in the middle of 2005, Ersin decided to follow a different musical path and started to work on a project that contained more grooves and less power metal influences.
For more information, visit the band's MySpace page.
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