RAZOR Pulls Out Of Germany's KEEP IT TRUE Festival, HEATHEN Steps In
Canadian thrash metal veterans RAZOR have been forced to pull out of the Keep It True X festival, dubbed "Reign Of The Tyrant", which is scheduled to take place April 4-5, 2008 at Tauberfrankenhalle in Lauda-Königshofen, Germany. According to festival organizers, RAZOR called off its appearance because "guitarist Dave Carlo has exams during this weekend and cannot do the show." Replacing them on the bill will be San Francisco thrash legends HEATHEN. Also newly confirmed for the event are U.S. thrash hopefuls MERCILESS DEATH.
Keep It True X festival billing is now as follows:
Friday, April 4, 2008:
TITAN FORCE (USA)
SENTINEL BEAST (USA)
MERCILESS DEATH (USA)
METAL INQUISITOR (GER)
PHANTOM X (USA)
Saturday, April 5, 2008:
JAG PANZER (USA)
MANILLA ROAD (USA)
CRESCENT SHIELD (USA)
DEMON EYES (FRA)
FUELED BY FIRE (USA)
BATTLE RAM (ITA)
For more information, visit www.keep-it-true.de.
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