Former SHADOWKEEP Frontman Returns With DIVINE RUINS

Former SHADOWKEEP front man Ronnie Stixx has returned with Texas power metal band DIVINE RUINS. Ronnie has been working alongside ex-TALISPHERE guitarist Shawn Noone and ex-DISTANT WARNING/SHADOWKEEP drummer Mike Pittmen, as well as newly recruited guitarist Ian Rendawn and bassist Mike Canales, for last few months. The writing process has been rapidly coming together. The band has already received positive feedback on its demo which includes such tracks as "Revolution", "The Mirror", "Kingdom of the Sun", "Blood Red Skies" and "Destiny Calls". Plans currently exist for a full-length record that will includ 10 tracks along with some "really cool surprises."

For more information, visit the DIVINE RUINS MySpace page.


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