Brooklyn-based power metallers GOTHIC KNIGHTS are looking for a pro vocalist in the style of Rob Halford (JUDAS PRIEST) and Eric Adams (MANOWAR). The band is currently working with Magic Circle Music for their next album, which will be distributed through SPV. For more information, contact [email protected] or visit

GOTHIC KNIGHTS have finished writing 13 new songs for their fourth album and "are going to begin pre-production on all of them" very soon, according to a posting on the group's web site. "We are looking to write about another five songs after this before we go into the studio to begin working on our next CD. We are also looking to book some shows for the summer."

GOTHIC KNIGHTS' most recent album, "Up from the Ashes", was released in 2003 via Limb Music Products.


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