METAL CHURCH: More Live Dates Announced

The current incarnation of METAL CHURCH — guitarists Kurdt Vanderhoof and Jay Reynolds (ex-MALICE), vocalist Ronny Munroe (ex-ROTTWEILLER), drummer Kirk Arrington and bassist Steve Unger — have added more dates in May prior to traveling overseas for an appearance at the Rock Hard festival in Germany. Scheduled dates so far include:

May 14 – Olympia, WA @ 4th Ave. Tavern,
May 15 – Marysville, WA @ High School Auditorium (Cystic Fibrosis Fundraiser)
May 20 – Tacoma, WA @ Tropical Tides Restaurant & Lounge
May 21 – Portland, OR @ Conan's (w/ DEATH ANGEL)
May 22 – Seattle, WA @ Studio 7 (w/ DEATH ANGEL)
May 30 - Gelsenkirchen, GER @ Rock Hard Festival
Jun. 2-3 - Cleveland, OH @ BW&BK 6-Pack Weekend

METAL CHURCH have completed work on the follow-up to 1999's "Masterpeace", entitled "Weight of the World", tentatively due later in the year.

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