STORMWITCH Confirmed For Germany's KEEP IT TRUE III Festival
Classic German power metallers STORMWITCH will play a very special "old-school" show concentrating mainly on the group's earlier albums during their appearance at Germany's Keep It True III festival, set to be held November 6 in Lauda-Königshofen. In addition, the band will also have a similar stage show to the one they had in the Eighties, with many actors making an appearance on stage along with the group.
As previously reported, STORMWITCH will release their new album, "Witchcraft", on November 8 through Nuclear Blast Records. In addition to founding member and vocalist Andy Mück, the group's current lineup features the guitar players Fabian Schwarz (ex-TYRAN PACE) and Martin Winkler (ex-NIGHTWOLF), bass player Dominik Schwarz, keyboardist Alexander Schmidt (ex-TYRAN PACE) and drummer Marc Oppold (ex-TYRANT).
The complete list of bands currently scheduled to appear at the Keep It True III festival is as follows:
Tickets are currently available for 15 euros plus postage at [email protected] For more information, visit www.keep-it-true.de.
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