PARADOX Unveil New Lineup

Long-running German metallers PARADOX will play their first show in five years at the Keep It True VI festival, set to take place April 8, 2006 at Tauberfrankenhalle in Lauda-Königshofen, Germany. Also scheduled to appear at the event are RIOT, EXCITER, ROSS THE BOSS (performing a set of early MANOWAR material) and SOLITUDE AETURNUS, among others.

PARADOX mainman Charly Steinhauer (vocals, guitar) is currently writing material for the group's long-awaited new studio album, tentatively due in 2006. The band's current lineup consists of the following:

Charly Steinhauer - Vocals, Guitar
Kai Pasemann - Guitar
Fabian Schwarz - Guitar
Andi Siegl - Bass
Chris Weiß – Drums

Steinhauer recently contributed his vocals to "Fate Is Calling", the debut album from MAJESTY mastermind Tarek "MS" Maghary's solo project DAWNRIDER.


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