FORCE OF EVIL To Make Live Debut At Ohio's BW&BK 6-PACK WEEKEND

FORCE OF EVIL, the new Danish all-star band featuring guitarist Michael Denner (ex-MERCYFUL FATE), guitarist Hank Shermann (MERCYFUL FATE), bassist Hal Patino (KING DIAMOND), drummer Bjarne Holm (MERCYFUL FATE), and vocalist Martin Steene (IRONFIRE), will be making their live debut at the BW&BK 6-Pack Weekend on June 13-14 in Cleveland, Ohio. Also set to appear are NEVERMORE, CANDLEMASS, ENTOMBED, TROUBLE, and JAG PANZER, among others.

FORCE OF EVIL have finished tracking their debut album and are scheduled to being mixing the effort next week for a tentative June 15 release through an as-yet-undisclosed label. As previously reported, the as-yet-untitled CD will feature 11 songs and will be "loaded with evil-riffing and lots of guitar solos," according to Denner and Shermann.

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