ATTACKER Confirmed For Germany's KEEP IT TRUE II Festival

Reunited New Jersey metal legends ATTACKER have been confirmed for this year's Keep It True II festival, set to be held on April 10 at Tauberfrankenhalle in Lauda-Königshofen, Germany.

The complete list of bands scheduled to appear at the event is as follows:

MANILLA ROAD
HALLOWEEN
BLITZKRIEG
CLOVEN HOOF
ATTACKER
WIZARD
ELIXIR
MAJESTY
DARK QUARTERER
IRONSWORD
HOLY MARTYR

RITUAL STEEL, BATTLE RAM, BATTLEROAR and WOTAN will perform as part of the Keep It True warm-up show, dubbed "The Dawn Of Battle", which will be held at Alibi in Tauberbischofsheim on April 9.

As previously reported, ATTACKER's new album, "Soul Taker", is scheduled for release on January 26 through Iron Glory Records. Two songs from the CD, "Sleepy Hollow" and "Tortured Existence", can be downloaded from the band's web site at this location.

ATTACKER's next gig will take place on Saturday, March 20 at Connections (503 Van Houten Ave.) in Passaic, New Jersey.

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