MAJESTY: 'Hellforces' Release Date Set

Massacre Records has set a February 24, 2006 release date for the third album from German metallers MAJESTY, entitled "Hellforces". An EP release will precede the album before the end of the year. The follow-up to 2003's "Reign in Glory" was once again produced by Stefan Kaufmann (former ACCEPT drummer, current U.D.O. guitarist).

As previously reported, DAWNRIDER, the side project of MAJESTY mastermind Tarek "MS" Maghary, released their first album, "Fate Is Calling", last month via Massacre Records. The concept album, which tells a great epic fantasy story taking place in the kingdom of Riandra, features guest appearances by some of the best singers of today's heavy metal scene, including Rob Rock (ex-IMPELLITTERI) and James Rivera (HELSTAR, SEVEN WITCHES). Other guest musicians include Mark Shelton and Hellroadie (MANILLA ROAD), Ross The Boss (ex-MANOWAR), Gianluca and Daniele from BATTLE RAM, Charlie Steinhauer (PARADOX), Sven from WIZARD, Andreas from PARAGON, and many more.

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