JAG PANZER: New Addition To The Family, More DVD Details

Congratulations are in order for JAG PANZER vocalist Harry "The Tyrant" Conklin, whose wife recently gave birth to a baby boy named Marcus William Conklin.

In other news, JAG PANZER's self-produced DVD, entitled The Era of Kings and Conflict, will be for sale at their merchandise booth at all the ICED EARTH, IN FLAMES and JAG PANZER shows on the North American tour. The DVD includes videos of "Take to the Sky", "The Silent", "Cold is the Blade", "King at a Price", and "Iron Eagle", and it contains a bootleg live video shot at the Z7 in Switzerland last year, interview footage with past members, and a visit to their old practice space (bassist John Tetley's mom's house). For those unable to attend any of the tour dates, the DVD will be for sale via the band's web site.


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