ICED EARTH Drummer Filming 'The Manliest Movie Ever Made'

Drummer Richard Christy (ICED EARTH, ex-DEATH, CONTROL DENIED) has issued the following update on his recent and upcoming activities:

"The trailer for my new movie, 'Majestic Loincloth' is up on my website, My new movie is a medieval comedy heavy metal rock opera, and I hope to have it finished by the end of the year. Myself and Jason Suecof from Audiohammer Studios here in Orlando are writing the music, which the characters will be singing to. The first song written for the movie is called 'Your Naughtiness Must Stop' and it is featured in the trailer on my website. I have about four scenes filmed so far and they are hilarious, I'm billing this as 'The Manliest Movie Ever Made!'

"Also my band BURNING INSIDE is playing a show next Friday, March 19 at SMT Downtown Daytona Beach, Florida 176 N. Beach St. with TRIVIUM and SEVERED EXISTENCE, presented by That's Entertainment magazine."


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