WARRIOR, BRITNY FOX Members To Guest On 'Maximum Threshold'
Joe Floyd (WARRIOR) and Billy Childs (BRITNY FOX) will guest on "Maximum Threshold" tomorrow night (Saturday, May 3) between 8:00 p.m. EST and 11:00 p.m. EST.
For more information and to listen to the program live via the Internet, visit www.maximumthreshold.net.
The Los Angeles, California-based '80s classic heavy metal band WARRIOR recently announced its reunion with original vocalist Parramore McCarty and guitarist Joe Floyd.
The complete 2008 reunion WARRIOR lineup is as follows:
Parramore McCarty (Vocals)
Joe Floyd (Guitars)
AC Alexander (Guitars)
Rob Farr (Bass)
Dave DuCey (Drums)
WARRIOR is currently recording its fifth album at Silvercloud Studios with Joe Floyd behind the controls.
WARRIOR has released four CDs: "Fighting For The Earth" (1985); "Ancient Future" (1998); "The Code Of Life" (2001) and "The Wars Of Gods And Men" (2004).
Germany's NL Distribution has just re-released the legendary WARRIOR debut CD, "Fighting For The Earth".
For more information, visit www.myspace.com/warriorusa.
WARRIOR performing "Fighting for the Earth" live on TV in 1985:
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