Former X-WILD And RUNNING WILD Members Join Forces In WILD KNIGHT

Legendary vocalist Frank Knight (X-WILD, also known for his work with such bands as U.D.O., ACCEPT, MAJESTY and CRYSTAL VIPER), and guitarist Majk Moti (RUNNING WILD) have formed a brand new heavy metal band called WILD KNIGHT.

The group's lineup is as follows:

Frank Knight - Vocals
Majk Moti - Guitar
Rob Ronson - Guitar
Simon Strangeway - Bass
Robin Hazelhurst - Drums

WILD KNIGHT will make its live debut at the Hard Rocker Festival II in Katowice, Poland, on September 26. Their live show will include classic X-WILD and RUNNING WILD songs. Also scheduled to appear are MEKONG DELTA, TYGERS OF PAN TANG, WIZARD, LONEWOLF and many others.

WILD KNIGHT is working on material for its debut studio album, scheduled for 2010. The band will also record a cover of the RUNNING WILD song "Tsar" for the forthcoming official RUNNING WILD tribute album titled "ReUnaton" (Remedy Records).


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