EXCITER To Co-Headline Germany's KEEP IT TRUE VI Festival

Canadian metal legends EXCITER have been confirmed as the co-headlienrs of the Keep It True VI festival, set to take place April 8, 2006 at Tauberfrankenhalle in Lauda-Königshofen, Germany. The festival billing is now shaping up as follows:

EXCITER (Canada)
ROSS THE BOSS (USA) (a night of early MANOWAR)
PARADOX (Germany)
SILVER FIST (Spain) (playing a special MURO set)
DARKNESS (Germany)
WOTAN (Italy)
POWERVICE (Netherlands)

Former MANOWAR guitarist Ross The Boss will perform a set consisting of nothing but old MANOWAR songs backed by the German MANOWAR tribute act MEN OF WAR (web site).

A Keep It True VI warm-up show, dubbed "Metal Knights", will take place on April 7, 2006 at Sporthalle in Dittigheim. Scheduled to perform at the warm-up concert are HIRAX and DRIFTER. Tickets are now available for 17 euros (Keep it True VI) and 8 euros (warm-up show).


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