STIKKI FYKK Confirmed For Germany's SWORDBROTHERS V Festival

STIKKI FYKK, the long-running "nasty dirty glam thrash rock" from Germany featuring Dr. Vinnie Stikk (a.k.a. Andreas Preisig, owner of Battle Cry Records), Baron Carloz (a.k.a. Eren Eraslan, former guitar player of STORMRIDER), Sergeant Ryan Vixxen (a.k.a. Mathias Czop, former guitar player for STORMRIDER), Corporal Ver-Kehr (a.k.a. Kai Schindelar of LANFEAR and SACRED STEEL), Michael LaMour (a.k.a. Mischa Mang, singer for IVANHOE), has been confirmed for the Swordbrothers V festival, set to take place May 19 at JUZ in Andernach, Germany. Also scheduled to appear are EMERALD, DESPERATION, IGNITOR, VALKYRIES CRY, DÉJÀ VU, ARCTIC FLAME, POWERVICE and SACRED STEEL.

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STIKKI FYKK's latest album, "Sleazy We Meow", was released last July via Sunset Records/Battle Cry Records.


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