DEMONS & WIZARDS Auctioning Stage Decoration On eBay: Photos Available

DEMONS & WIZARDS, the project featuring Jon Schaffer of ICED EARTH and Hansi Kürsch of BLIND GUARDIAN, are selling the stage decoration that was used on their first tour. According to a posting on the item's eBay auction page, "there is a small piece loose that has to be glued but after the glue it is totally invisible. Is just a small wood piece not even [visible] in the pictures."

The auction ends on February 12 at 6:09 a.m. PST.

To view pictures of the stage decoration and to place a bid, click here.

DEMONS & WIZARDS's sophomore album, "Touched by the Crimson King", was released in Japan last September with the following bonus tracks: "Lunar Lament", "Wicked Witch" (slow version) and "Spatial Architects". The CD also includes the "Terror Train" video.

The follow-up to the group's 2001 self-titled CD, "Touched by the Crimson King" features an appearance by ICED EARTH/HALFORD drummer Bobby Jarzombek.


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