MAJESTY To Enter Studio This Summer
Germany's MAJESTY will enter the studio this summer to record their new album with producer Stefan Kaufmann (former ACCEPT drummer, current U.D.O. guitarist). Commented band leader Tarek Maghari: "MAJESTY will again write metal history this year. The new songs are fantastic and we can't wait to present them to our fans all over the world. Expect something huge!"
MAJESTY's second full-length album, "Reign in Glory", was released in October 2003 through Massacre Records. The follow-up to 2001's "Keep It True" was recorded at Roxx studios in Pulheim, Germany under the watchful eye of producer Stefan Kaufmann and marked the recording debut with the group of former VANIZE guitarist Rolf Munkes.
In other news, Maghari is currentely working on a solo concept record, "Dawnrider", tentatively due late summer. Guest musicians set to appear on the CD include James Riviera (HELSTAR); Marc Shelton and Hellroadie (MANILLA ROAD); Ross The Boss (THE BRAIN SURGEONS, ex-MANOWAR); Rolf Munkes and Michael Graeter (MAJESTY); Michael Seifert (REBELLION); Sven D'Anna (WIZARD); Andreas Babuschkin (PARAGON); Juergen "Eumel" Aumann (FINAL BREATH); and Oliver Weinsheimer (SHADOWS OF IGA). A homepage will go online soon at www.dawnrider.de.
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