AFTER ALL Pull Out Of KEEP IT TRUE Warm-Up Gig; LANFEAR Step In

Belgium's AFTER ALL have been forced to cancel their previously announced appearance at the Keep It True IV Festival warm-up show on April 1 at Pfarrkeller in Lauda, Germany. "They were invited to support AGENT STEEL on other dates and so cannot play on our warm-up," reads a press release from the festival organizers. Replacing them on the bill will be German power metallers LANFEAR. Also set to appear at the "First Held High" warm-up gig are headliners SHADOW KEEP (U.K.), Italy's ADRAMELCH and Holland's MARTYR.

The Keep It True IV Festival is scheduled to take place April 2, 2005 at Tauberfrankenhalle in Lauda-Koenigshofen, Germany. The complete list of acts currently scheduled to appear at the festival is as follows:

AGENT STEEL (USA)
SATAN (UK)
DEADLY BLESSING (USA)
MAJESTY (GER)
OVERLORDE (USA)
TORCH (SWE)
THUNDER RIDER (CAN)
PARAGON (GER)
VORTEX (NL)
INSANE (ITA)

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