THE DAVID SHANKLE GROUP To Make Live Debut In July

THE DAVID SHANKLE GROUP, the new project formed by former MANOWAR guitarist David Shankle and vocalist Trace Edward Zaber, will make their live debut on July 12 at the Railroad Days festival at Reed Keppler Park in Chicago, Illinois. The band will hit the stage at 10:00 p.m. Reed Keppler Park is located at 250 E. National St., West Chicago, IL 60185. For further information and directions to the festival, call 630-231-9474.

THE DAVID SHANKLE GROUP's debut album, "Ashes To Ashes", was released earlier this month through MANOWAR's Magic Circle Music. The CD reportedly features "a broad mix of exceptional heavy metal songs, speedy instrumentals, and epic ballads in true heavy-metal fashion," according to an official press release.

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