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True-Metal Titans  are pleased to announce their forthcoming appearance at ALEHORN OF POWER X on July 28 at Reggies in Chicago, IL. 

Chicago’s longest-running heavy metal festival, ALEHORN OF POWER, is now set to bring you its tenth installment.  Since its beginning in 2006, ALEHORN OF POWER has sought out the best of the heavy metal underground and this year will prove to be no exception.  Details are as follows:

Saturday, July 28th, 2018

Doors 6:30 PM / $15 adv/$18 dos / Ages 17+

Reggies (2101 S. State, Chicago, IL)

High Spirts (www.facebook.com/highenergyrock)

Bible of the Devil (www.facebook.com/bibleofthedevil)

Mega Colossus (www.facebook.com/colossusmetal)

(www.facebook.com/IGNITOR.METAL)

Owl (www.facebook.com/owlbrotherhood)

Stagecoach Inferno (www.facebook.com/stagecoachinferno)

Zuul (www.facebook.com/zuulheavymetal)

 

recently released the official video for “Hatchet (The Ballad of Victor Crowley),” a song inspired by the Hatchet franchise and featured on the movie’s soundtrack. From vocalist Jason McMaster’s lyrical perspective the song is delivered through the eyes of Victor Crowley himself. Check out the video below.  

IGNITOR released their sixth full length album  Haunted By Rock & Roll November 24, 2017 through EMP Label Group/ArieScope Records. “Hatchet (The Ballad of Victor Crowley)” is the band’s third music video taken from the new album “Haunted By Rock & Roll” following “No Sanctuary” and “To Brave The War,” the latter two available below.

“To Brave the War” (Official Video): 

youtu.be/P2ifJm0QjcU

“No Sanctuary” (Official Video): 

youtu.be/yy6pCtd235M

Haunted By Rock & Roll introduces heavy metal fans to arguably IGNITOR‘s strongest lineup to date and their definitive metallic statement. Featuring eight new original anthems of leather clad glory including “Hatchet (The Ballad of Victor Crowley)” and a cover of “Hung, Drawn and Quartered” by NWOBHM legends (and EMP labelmates) RAVEN.

EMP label owner/founder Dave Ellefson (MEGADETH) who serves as Executive Producer on Haunted By Rock & Roll has been instrumental in attaining a larger audience for IGNITOR and the sky is now the limit for the band that debuted with a record entitled “Take To The Sky.”

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