NASTY SAVAGE Confirmed For Germany's KEEP IT TRUE Festival

Florida metal legends NASTY SAVAGE have been confirmed for the Keep It True 11 festival, set to take place November 15, 2008 at Soundpark-Ost (ex-Rockpalast) in Würzburg, Germany. The festival billing is shaping up as follows:


NASTY SAVAGE's "comeback" album, "Psycho Psycho", was released in Europe in March 2004 through Metal Blade Records. The CD contained 12 songs in total, including a new version of the demo classic "Savage Desire". And there was a little nod to frontman Nasty Ronnie Galetti's wrestling connection as well. "We got Chris Jericho [of WWE/FOZZY fame] to sing on three of the songs on the new album," guitarist Ben Meyer stated at the time. "On 'Savage Desire' you'll notice there's a different voice there — that's the song he sung the most on. It's funny hearing Chris Jericho saying 'Don't worry mommy, I'll be safe and sound.' How the hell can you get the most bad-ass wrestler saying, 'Don't worry mommy'?! (laughs)."

Watch fan-filmed video footage from NASTY SAVAGE's July 2003 reunion concert in Tampa:


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