BLAZE, the band fronted by former IRON MAIDEN/WOLFSBANE singer Blaze Bayley, will headline the first Izzefest at Joc De Schuur in Izegem, Belgium on Saturday, September 3. Also scheduled to appear are ARKANGEL, DOUBLE DIAMOND, MORDA, AFTER ALL, CHIMAERA, AXAMENTA, THE RAPE OF LUCRECE, HEIDEVOLK, BLOOD REDEMPTION, CADUCITY, ZERO X TOLERANCE, REQUIEM and COLLAPSED. More information can be found at www.izzefest.be.
As previously reported, Blaze Bayley will be making a "special guest" appearance with the Italian IRON MAIDEN tribute band THE CLAIRVOYANTS at the Badia Rock Festival on Friday, July 16 and at the Giovani Espressioni Festival on Saturday, July 17.
BLAZE's current lineup consists of the following:
Blaze Bayley – Vocals
Oliver Palotai – Guitar
Luca Priciotta – Guitar
Christian Ammann – Bass
Daniel Schild - Drums
BLAZE are continuing to tour in support of their third album, "Blood & Belief", which was released in Europe in April 2004. The follow-up to 2002's "Tenth Dimension" was recorded at Backstage Studios in Derbyshire, England with producer Andy Sneap.
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