VICIOUS RUMORS, PHANTOM-X To Team Up For Tour
Long-running California metallers VICIOUS RUMORS and Texas metal act PHANTOM-X will team up for a tour of the U.S., Europe, and Brazil. Exact cities and dates will be announced as soon as they are confirmed.
VICIOUS RUMORS recently announced the addition of singer Ronnie Stixx (SHADOWKEEP, DIVINE RUINS) and guitarist Kiyoshi Morgan to the group's ranks.
Ronnie was born in Los Angeles and raised in San Antonio, Texas. He has made a name for himself in the metal world with a vocal style that is melodic and aggressive. Ronnie's main influences are such great vocalist as Carl Albert (VICIOUS RUMORS), Tony Harnell (TNT) and Ronnie James Dio.
VICIOUS RUMORS current lineup is as follows:
Geoff Thorpe: guitar/vocals
Capital Chaos last month posted video footage of VICIOUS RUMORS performing the first show with the band's new lineup at the The Kennel Club in Sacramento, California on March 22, 2008. Watch the clip below.
Larry Howe: drums/vocals
Stephen Goodwin: bass/vocals
Ronnie Stixx: lead vocals
Kiyoshi Morgan: guitar
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