NASTY SAVAGE: Triumphant Return To The Stage At CLASSIC METAL FEST 3

July 11, 2003

An enthusiastic crowd witnessed NASTY SAVAGE's return to the stage at Classic Metal Fest 3 in Chicago. As frontman Nasty Ronnie broke several TVs with his chest, the band featured material from their recent "Wage of Mayhem" EP and debuted one new track from their forthcoming CD. The original line-up reunited for one song as original bassist Fred Dregischan joined the band for "Savage Desire".

NASTY SAVAGE have laid down 12 new tracks for their upcoming album. The CD will feature a guest vocal appearance by none other than WWE's Chris Jericho, singer of FOZZY. The group's next live appearances will take place on July 18-19 at the Brass Mug in Tampa, Florida.

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