MANOWAR To Headline Czech Republic's MASTERS OF ROCK Festival

MANOWAR have been confirmed as the headliners of this year's Masters of Rock Festival on July 16 in Vizovice, Czech Republic. This will be MANOWAR's only festival performance in Eastern Europe this summer.

Commented MANOWAR bassist Joey DeMaio: "The Czech Republic is one heavy country filled with serious metal warriors. We plan to scorch the earth with pure power and we will have some very special surprises just for our Czech fans. We are expecting to see you on July 16th in the Czech Republic."

Masters of Rock will take place on July 15-17. More information is available at

As previously reported, MANOWAR are currently in studio working on a new song to be performed at the EarthShaker Fest 2005 in Germany. The band warn the fans that this will be only one of the many great surprises they are preparing for this show and the Mega Fan Convention.

Earthshaker Fest 2005 is a three-day event set to take place July 21-23 in Geiselwind, Germany.


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