TOKYO BLADE: New Singer Announced
The newly revamped lineup of the NWOBHM band TOKYO BLADE, featuring Andy Boulton (guitar) alongside John Wiggins (guitar) and bassist Andy Wrighton (bass), has announced the addition of singer Chris Gillen to the group's ranks. The band's new drummer will be announced shortly.
TOKYO BLADE released the "Live In Germany" CD on October 27 through Razar Ice Records. The effort was recorded in November 2008 at the Keep It True festival in Würzburg, Germany during the band's "Die By The Sword" tour.
"Live In Germany" was mixed and mastered by Sid Garcia at Sight 16 Studios in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
The DVD, which is due in January, contains bonus material, including tour rehearsal, candid footage with the band and additional live songs from throughout the 2008 tour.
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