Former KING DIAMOND Guitarist PETE BLAKK Is Back To 'Reign' Over Metal!

Pete Blakk, guitarist for the classic KING DIAMOND lineup that recorded the legendary albums "Them", "Conspiracy" and "The Eye", is coming back to the metal arena! Pete will make his triumphant return to metal on September 29 when he takes the stage with Wade Black's (CRIMSON GLORY, LEASH LAW, LEATHERWOLF) BLACK REIGN at the Bourbon Street Night Club in New Port Richey, Florida. Also appearing on the bill will be DOCTRINE and JON OLIVA'S PAIN. BLACK REIGN's lineup for the Bourbon Street Night Club performance will also include guitarist Rick Renstrom (ROB ROCK, LEASH LAW).

BLACK REIGN rehearsals are underway with the revamped lineup that features Chris Baylor on bass and Jesse Martillo (CRIMSON GLORY) on drums. The band's setlist will include songs from CRIMSON GLORY, LEATHERWOLF and several KING DIAMOND classics. You can also catch this metal onslaught on October 2 at Bourbon Street in support of WIZARD OF OZZ.


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