Atlanta's HALCYON WAY has been confirmed as the headliner of the Retroactive Records-sponsored North Stage at the third annual Rocklahoma festival, set to take place July 9-12, 2009 on the Catch The Fever Festival Grounds in Pryor, Oklahoma.
HALCYON WAY's debut album, "A Manifesto For Domination", was released on November 25, 2008 via Nightmare Records. The CD was produced by guitarist Jon Bodan with assistance from James Murphy (TESTAMENT, DEATH) and was mixed by Lasse Lammert (ALESTORM). James Murphy also mastered the effort.
HALCYON WAY has previously shared the stage with such acts as SYMPHONY X, KAMELOT, STRAPPING YOUNG LAD, HELLOWEEN, DORO and QUEENSRŸCHE. Their sound is best described as "progressive and melodic metal, like MEGADETH meets DIO and FATES WARNING, with vocal harmonies reminiscent of KING'S X or GALACTIC COWBOYS," according to a press release.
For more information, visit www.halcyonway.com.
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