IRON STEEL Schedules Atlanta Concert

IRON STEEL, the new metal supergroup featuring bassist David Ellefson (ex-MEGADETH), Morgan Rose (SEVENDUST), Jim LaMarca (CHIMAIRA), Rachel Bolan (SKID ROW), and Will Hunt (DARK NEW DAY, EVANESCENCE), has scheduled a May 30 concert at Smiths Olde Bar in Atlanta, Georgia. Also scheduled to appear is ROCKETS TO RUIN.

Check out a flyer for the show at this location.

Buzznet's TheReaper conducted an interview with IRON STEEL members Fran Strine (vocals/guitar), Tommy Redd (guitar), Morgan Rose (SEVENDUST; drums), Jim LaMarca (CHIMAIRA; bass) and David Ellefson (ex-MEGADETH; bass) during this year's NAMM show (National Association of Music Merchants), which took place January 17-20 at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, California. Watch the five-minute clip below.

Commenting on IRON STEEL, Ellefson said in a press release, "IRON STEEL is the modern-day STORMTROOPERS OF DEATH. It's all bad-ass players throwin' down on one sick disc of metal!"

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