The organizers of 70000 Tons Of Metal 2013 have just confirmed the latest addition to the cruise that will take place in January 2013, none other than Metal Church.

Metal Church with Ronny Munroe on vocals, Kurdt Vanderhoof and Jay Reynolds on guitars, Steve Unger on bass, and Jeff Plate on drums, will celebrate their official reunion on board 70000 Tons Of Metal, the world's biggest heavy metal cruise. The band will play their debut album Metal Church in its entirety. The other show will be a greatest hits set. And you will be able to vote the songs for the greatest hits setlist. More details on how to vote will be announced soon.

Other bands previously announced for the cruise: In Flames, Nile, Sabaton, Lacuna Coil, Immolation, Doro, Die Apokalyptischen Reiter, Helstar, Subway To Sally, Anacrusis, DragonForce, Ensiferum, Flotsam & Jetsam, Rage, Turisas, Helloween, Kreator and Gotthard.

The fun will take place from January 28th-February 1st 2013 aboard the luxury cruise ship Royal Caribbean "Majesty Of The Seas" that will sail from Miami, Florida. Ticket prices start at US$666 plus US$299 taxes and fees per person. For all the details, please go to http://www.70000tons.com.

There is currently no indication whether the reunion will result in the recording of a new album or more touring. The band had called it quits in 2009.


Source: 70000tons.com
Band profile: Metal Church
Event: 70000 Tons Of Metal 2013
 
Posted: 06.10.2012 by BloodTears



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White Death - 06.10.2012 at 23:27  
Damn I hope they start making albums again, 'This Present Wasteland' was excellent.

I know it's a slim to no chance but just the thought is so exciting.
John Shock - 07.10.2012 at 04:05  
Written by White Death on 06.10.2012 at 23:27

Damn I hope they start making albums again, 'This Present Wasteland' was excellent.

I know it's a slim to no chance but just the thought is so exciting.

I never heard that album...is the album nice??
Cynic Metalhead - 07.10.2012 at 10:54  
Written by John Shock on 07.10.2012 at 04:05

Written by White Death on 06.10.2012 at 23:27

Damn I hope they start making albums again, 'This Present Wasteland' was excellent.

I know it's a slim to no chance but just the thought is so exciting.

I never heard that album...is the album nice??


Honestly, I enjoyed ""A Light In the Dark" than "This Present Wasteland". They just crumbled up in their last output and in between songs were long ass stretchable and repetitive. Well, that was just my opinion..I could be wrong or biased about it, but I guess I actually had a great time in listening "A Light in the Dark".
JohnDoe - 07.10.2012 at 14:30  
Kurdt Vanderhoof reunites with Metal Church?! He has just released a new album with his progressive rock band Presto Ballet (their fourth album).
Ozman - 07.10.2012 at 14:45  
Written by JohnDoe on 07.10.2012 at 14:30

Kurdt Vanderhoof reunites with Metal Church?! He has just released a new album with his progressive rock band Presto Ballet (their fourth album).


Metal Church was always about Kurdt even when he was part of the band he wrote most of their songs.

But calling this a reunion I find sort of blasphemic. A reunion of Metal Church would constitue one of the line-ups as featured on their first three classic releases, after that they went quite a bit downhill with the subsequent line-ups
White Death - 07.10.2012 at 15:08  
Written by John Shock on 07.10.2012 at 04:05

Written by White Death on 06.10.2012 at 23:27

Damn I hope they start making albums again, 'This Present Wasteland' was excellent.

I know it's a slim to no chance but just the thought is so exciting.

I never heard that album...is the album nice??


It's great, the best song of the album is Crawling to Extinction, give it a listen

I love how their songs are so old school
John Shock - 07.10.2012 at 21:35  
Written by Cynic Metalhead on 07.10.2012 at 10:54

Written by John Shock on 07.10.2012 at 04:05

Written by White Death on 06.10.2012 at 23:27

Damn I hope they start making albums again, 'This Present Wasteland' was excellent.

I know it's a slim to no chance but just the thought is so exciting.

I never heard that album...is the album nice??


Honestly, I enjoyed ""A Light In the Dark" than "This Present Wasteland". They just crumbled up in their last output and in between songs were long ass stretchable and repetitive. Well, that was just my opinion..I could be wrong or biased about it, but I guess I actually had a great time in listening "A Light in the Dark".

Still curious about "This Present Wasteland", should i guive it a try??
John Shock - 07.10.2012 at 21:36  
Written by White Death on 07.10.2012 at 15:08

Written by John Shock on 07.10.2012 at 04:05

Written by White Death on 06.10.2012 at 23:27

Damn I hope they start making albums again, 'This Present Wasteland' was excellent.

I know it's a slim to no chance but just the thought is so exciting.

I never heard that album...is the album nice??


It's great, the best song of the album is Crawling to Extinction, give it a listen

I love how their songs are so old school

Thanks for the recomendation, men! \m/
Cynic Metalhead - 08.10.2012 at 07:34  
Written by John Shock on 07.10.2012 at 21:35

Written by Cynic Metalhead on 07.10.2012 at 10:54

Written by John Shock on 07.10.2012 at 04:05

Written by White Death on 06.10.2012 at 23:27

Damn I hope they start making albums again, 'This Present Wasteland' was excellent.

I know it's a slim to no chance but just the thought is so exciting.

I never heard that album...is the album nice??


Honestly, I enjoyed ""A Light In the Dark" than "This Present Wasteland". They just crumbled up in their last output and in between songs were long ass stretchable and repetitive. Well, that was just my opinion..I could be wrong or biased about it, but I guess I actually had a great time in listening "A Light in the Dark".

Still curious about "This Present Wasteland", should i guive it a try??


Ofcourse. It ain't fucking bad either.

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