WARLORD Announce Session Musicians For Upcoming Live Performances

The reunited '80s metallers WARLORD, featuring guitarist William J. Tsamis, drummer Mark S. Zonder (i.e. FATES WARNING), and latest addition, vocalist Joacim Cans (i.e. HAMMERFALL), will be accompanied by BLACK JESTER/MOONLIGHT CIRCUS guitarist Paolo Viani, HELREID/MOONLIGHT CIRCUS keyboardist Daniele Soravia, and SIGMA bassist Pasko during their upcoming live appearances, which will include a performance at this year's Wacken Open Air festival in early August. According to a message posted via the group's official web site, "the decision to go with a six-man strike force was decided upon by William, Mark, and Joacim to ensure that the 'ultimate WARLORD,' as expressed on [the upcoming comeback album] Rising Out Of The Ashes, would be reflected perfectly on stage as in the studio!"

As previously reported, Rising Out Of The Ashes is scheduled for a European release on July 22nd through Drakkar Records/BMG Entertainment.


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