Original ANTHRAX vocalist Neil Turbin has been confirmed as the second-stage headliner at the 2005 Monterrey Metal Fest.
The 2005 Monterrey Metal Fest will be held on Saturday, May 28 at the Auditorio Coca Cola in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico.
Neil Turbin is the vocalist featured on ANTHRAX's 1984 debut CD, "Fistful of Metal", which contained such classic songs as "Metal Thrashing Mad", "Deathrider" and "Soldiers of Metal".
In addition, he co-wrote lyrics and melodies for the ANTHRAX songs "Armed and Dangerous" and "Gung Ho", which appeared on the "Spreading the Disease" CD, and "Raise Hell", which was included on the "Armed and Dangerous" EP.
Neil Turbin will be playing a set of early ANTHRAX classics and originals from his debut CD, "Threatcon Delta".
The first edition of the Monterrey Metal Fest was held last year on November 13 and featured TWISTED SISTER (headliner), DIO, QUIET RIOT, DOKKEN, HATEBREED, SHAMAN and CAGE.
MOTÖRHEAD have been confirmed as the main-stage headliner of the 2005 edition of the festival.
To visit the official festival web site, click here.
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