METAL CHURCH have posted the following message on their official web site:
"Hello again metal heads! It's been awhile since our last news post, but we have been BUSY!
"October, November, and December of 2004 saw METAL CHURCH on a state-side tour supporting 'Weight of the World', and we want to once again thank ALL our loyal fans for turning out. It was a smashing success, and special thanks to our new friends and opening act 3 INCHES OF BLOOD. Great band, be sure and check them out!
"We got home just in time for the holidays, took January off, in February we played several regional shows AND went to Germany to do the Metal Forever Festival, which was a benefit for tsunami victims. Our March tour of Europe was postponed for summer and news on that is to follow soon.
"In the meantime, we have been in the studio writing and demoing the new album. We have also just confirmed the Monterrey Metal Festival for May 28th in Mexico and will have a major tour announcment soon!"
METAL CHURCH's latest album, "The Weight of the World", was released late last year through SPV Records. The band's current lineup consists of guitarists Kurdt Vanderhoof and Jay Reynolds (ex-MALICE), vocalist Ronny Munroe (ex-ROTTWEILLER), drummer Kirk Arrington and bassist Steve Unger.
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