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Dark Angel Drop Off Keep It True Festival


Hello Friends, there have been many turbulences around the DARK ANGEL reunion and their show at KEEP IT TRUE lately. Right now it looks like there are two separate sections with on the one hand Don Doty and Eric Meyer and on the other hand Gene Hoglan and Jim Durkin, who fight each other with almost daily statements about who is the real DARK ANGEL. We watched this quietly for some days and hoped that all will be sorted out, but it seems there is no satisfying solution for everyone. KEEP IT TRUE stands for many years for honesty and credibility and we fear that these actions around the DARK ANGEL reunion can put damage on the good name of the festival. So we decided that NO version of Dark Angel will play on Keep It True 2014. We do not want to be in the middle of a fight where there is no end in sight. I hope you all understand our decision, we know some of you will be disappointed, but this is the only way for us. We will now look for a different Saturday headliner.

The festival is already COMPLETELY SOLD OUT. Thanks for your outstanding support!
So here is the billing so far:

KEEP IT TRUE 17
JAG PANZER (USA)
(Special Early Days Show for the first time in Europe with Joey Tafolla)
FLOTSAM & JETSAM (USA)
(Exclusive “No Place For The Deceiver” Show)
WARRIOR (USA)
TOXIK (USA)
LETHAL (USA)
HEXX (USA)
(special old school show)
SINNER (GER)
(Special Old School Show)
VARDIS (UK)
ATLANTEAN KODEX (GER)
PERSIAN RISK (UK)
DECEASED (USA)
IRON CROSS (USA)
MASQUE (UK)
DEEP MACHINE (UK)
NIGHT DEMON (USA)
RANGER (FIN)
IRON KINGDOM (CAN)
25./26. April 2014 Tauberfrankenhalle Lauda-Königshofen

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    September 05, 2013

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