Fan-filmed video footage of Southern California metal legends WARRIOR performing the title track off their classic 1985 debut album, "Fighting For The Earth", on June 27, 2009 at the Bang Your Head!!! festival in Balingen, Germany can be viewed below. The song features a special guest appearance by guitarist Roy Z. (BRUCE DICKINSON, HALFORD, TRIBE OF GYPSIES), who was a member of WARRIOR in the early '90s and co-wrote the band's comeback release, "Ancient Future".
WARRIOR is next scheduled to play the third annual Rocklahoma festival, set to take place July 9-12, on the Catch The Fever Festival Grounds in Pryor, Oklahoma. The band will appear on the Funhouse Stage and has been confirmed for the 7:45 p.m. time slot.
WARRIOR's current lineup features original members Parramore McCarty (vocals) and mastermind/guitarist Joe Floyd, along with new lead guitarist AC Alexander, bassist Rob Farr, and longtime drummer Dave DuCey. A new WARRIOR album, the band's first with McCarty since 1998's "Ancient Future", is in the works and being helmed by Floyd at his L.A. South Bay studio facility.
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