METAL CHURCH Jam With 'Old Friends': Photos Posted Online

METAL CHURCH's official web site has been updated with photos of the band jamming with former members, original bassist Duke Erickson and guitarist John Marshall, at Hell's Kitchen in Tacoma, WA on July 9 and at The Last Day in Santa Rosa, CA on June 24, respectively. Check out the pictures at this location.

METAL CHURCH's new album, "The Weight of the World", is scheduled for release on July 26 through SPV Records. The group'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.

Upcoming METAL CHURCH tour dates:

Jul. 19 - Mason Jar - Phoenix, Arizona
Jul. 21 - Showcase Theater - Corona, CA
Jul. 22 - House Of Blues - West Hollywood, CA
Jul. 23 – Tailspin - Las Vegas, NV
Jul. 24 - Electric Theater - St. George, UT
Jul. 27 - Club Underground - Reno, NV
Jul. 28 - The Roadhouse - Sacramento, CA


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