FULL STRIKE: HAMMERFALL Side Project To See Light Of Day

April 6, 2002

Sweden's FULL STRIKE, the project formed by HAMMERFALL guitarist Stefan Elmgren, ex-LOST HORIZON vocalist Niclas Jonsson, ex-CRAWLEY bassist Chris Savage Goldsmith, will issue their debut album, entitled We Will Rise, on May 13th through Spitfire Records in Sweden, and a short time later in the rest of Europe.

Having recently acquired a new drummer in the shape of ex-HAMMERFALL sticksman Patrik Räfling (who replaced FREAK KITCHEN pounder Björn Fryklund) and second touring guitarist Fredrik Olsson (LOST HORIZON),FULL STRIKE will perform their first-ever live show at Kåren in Gothenburg, Sweden on April 19th, to be followed by a concert at Rockland in Sala, Sweden on May 4th.

FULL STRIKE's musical output is being described as leaning towards DOKKEN and early GARY MOORE, with splashes of ACCEPT and HELLOWEEN.

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