MAJESTY: 'Metal Law' Box Set Now Available

Germany's MAJESTY are currently selling a "Metal Law" box set containing the entire two-hour "Reign in Glory" release show on two CDs plus the complete gig on DVD, mixed in 5.1 Surround Sound. In addition, it includes a lot of bonus features such as a studio report from the mixing sessions for "Reign in Glory". The "Metal Law" box set is a available for 18€/$ from this location.

As previously reported, MAJESTY recently announced the addition of rhythm guitarist Bjoern Daigger to the group's ranks. Daigger joins the group as the replacement for Udo Keppner, who left the band in April.

MAJESTY's second "official" full-length album, "Reign in Glory", was released last October through Massacre Records. The follow-up to 2001's "Keep It True" was recorded at Roxx studios in Pulheim, Germany under the watchful eye of producer Stefan Kaufmann (former ACCEPT drummer, current U.D.O. guitarist) and marks the recording debut with the group of former VANIZE guitarist Rolf Munkes.


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