DISTURBED, SCORPIONS, Ex-IRON MAIDEN Members Join Forces In THE FOUNDRY

THE FOUNDRY, a brand new "supergroup" featuring current and former members of DISTURBED, SCORPIONS and IRON MAIDEN, will make its live debut this Thursday, June 20 at the Crown Events Center in Austin, Texas. Proceeds from the event will benefit victims of the recent Oklahoma tornadoes.

THE FOUNDRY tour dates:

June 20 - Austin, TX - Crown Events Center
June 21 - Oklahoma City, OK - The Chameleon Room
June 22 - Austin, TX - Anderson Mill Tavern
June 23 - New Braunfels, TX - Happy Cow Bar & Grill

THE FOUNDRY is:

* Blaze Bayley (IRON MAIDEN, WOLFSBANE) - Vocals
* Rick Plester (BLACK SYMPHONY, WWIII) - Guitar
* John Moyer (DISTURBED, ADRENALINE MOB, QUEENSRĊ¸CHE) - Bass
* James Kottak (SCORPIONS, KOTTAK) - Drums
* Shawn Austin - Vocals

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