TOKYO BLADE: Footage From KEEP IT TRUE Festival Available

November 17, 2008

Video footage of reactivated NWOBHM legends TOKYO BLADE performing the song "Lightning Strikes" at the Keep It True XI festival on November 15, 2008 at Soundpark-Ost (ex-Rockpalast) in Würzburg, Germany can be viewed below (clip uploaded by "stoneagelightning").

TOKYO BLADE played the Leyendas Del Rock Festival in Puerto de Mazarron, Spain on August 23, 2008. This was the group's first perfomance since the band reformed in 2007 and its first appearance in over 12 years.

TOKYO BLADE's current lineup:

Chris Gillen - Vocals
Andy Boulton - Guitar
Bryan Holland - Guitar
Frank Sapardi - Bass
Lorenzo Gonzalez - Drums

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