Guitarist Christian Muenzner (Eternity’s End/Alkaloid/ex-Necrophagia/ex-Obscura) has been recruited by vocalist Wade Black (ex-Crimson Glory/ex-Leatherwolf) to join his new band, the WADE BLACK PROJECT. Wade states, “This band will play all of the greatest songs from my past: old Crimson Glory and Astronomica !! Leatherwolf – World Asylum!! Seven Witches – Exilld!!”.
The band’s lineup is completed by Jan Bunning (Paragon) – Bass, Gabriele J. Palermo (James Rivera) – Rhythm/Lead Guitar, and Dave Chadrick (Deathriders/Raven) – Drums.
Christian enthused about joining the band, ” I’m SUPER STOKED to be part of the line up of the WADE BLACK PROJECT, the singer of Crimson Glory, Leatherwolf and Seven Witches. We will perform songs of his discography as well as some older Crimson Glory classics this summer, I can’t wait!”
Muenzner will be releasing his 3rd all instrumental solo album, Path Of The Hero,in Japan and South Korea through King Records on March 11 and the rest of the world on March 20 through his own label, Shredquarter Records. The album features Eternity’s End bandmates Jimmy Pitts (keyboards) and Hannes Grossmann (drums; Alkaloid, ex-Obscura, ex-Necrophagist ), as well as bassists Jerry Twyford and Linus Klausenitzer (Alkaloid, Obscura). With 9 tracks and a total playing time of only 35 minutes this is the shortest of Muenzner’s 3 solo albums so far, purposely done to keep in the tradition of the late 80’s Shrapnel Records albums. The album was co-produced and mixed and mastered by Hannes Grossmann.
Here is a play-through video of Christian performing “The Tell-Tale Heart” from his 1st solo album, Timewarp.