|From Jackson’s Down Under bureau comes news that Aussie melodic power metal ensemble Black Majesty will be joined by guitarist/producer Roland Grapow (Masterplan, ex-Helloween) for a new album scheduled for release in early 2010 on the band’s own Limb Music label.
Black Majesty guitarist Stevie Janevski told Australian metal radio station Triple R FM (“Musically Incorrect”) that drum tracking is scheduled to start in August 2009 at Grapow Studios in Slovakia. Grapow will mix the album.
Janevski and fellow Black Majesty guitarist Hanny Mohamed proudly both wield Jackson guitars, onstage and in the studio.
|Black Majesty’s Stevie Janevski (left) and Hanny Mohamed.
Photo by Jiri Rogl
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