BLACK MAJESTY Confirmed For PROGPOWER AUSTRALIA XXVI

Australian power metallers BLACK MAJESTY will take part in ProgPower Australia XXVI, set to take place February 11, 2006 at the Gaelic Club in Sydney. Other acts already confirmed for the event include VANISHING POINT, EYEFEAR, LORD, ALARUM, VOYAGER, TRANSCENDING MORTALITY, WITHOUT ENDING, TEMPLATE, FRIAR RUSH, TALISEN and FEEDING THE ADDICTION. This show will be an all-ages event.

In other BLACK MAJESTY-related news, be sure to checkout Australian Guitar magazine's 50th Issue, which features an interview with BLACK MAJESTY guitarist Stevie, plus the track "Dragon Reborn" (from BLACK MAJESTY's "Silent Company" album), which is included on the magazine's cover-mounted CD. The issue has just hit newsagents throughout Australia and will be available throughout November and December.

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