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Jag Panzer Comments On Upcoming Album "The Scourge Of Light"

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For the original band members Harry Conklin (vocals), Mark Briody (guitar) and John Tetley (bass), Jag Panzer has always been something they held close to their hearts. "We've known each other from our earliest childhood and have never lost sight of the idea that this band is based on," Tetley explains. "I don't exactly want to use the term 'spiritual', but the three of us are connected with this band by a very special relationship. You could say that our lives are inseparably linked with the history of Jag Panzer."

Jag Panzer is set to release its latest album "The Scourge Of The Light" on 28 February 2011 in Europe, 25 February 2011 in Germany, and on 8 March 2011 in the U.S.

Guitarist Chris Broderick left the group in 2007 to join the ranks of Megadeth. "There can be no question that Chris Broderick is an amazing guitarist, and we were really happy for him that he got this chance with Megadeth. But we feel that thanks to Christian Lasegue, Jag Panzer's classic, clearly more melodic power metal style has returned and that the fans will definitely be happy about this." Tetley commented. "We knew that Christian was the best man for the job, after all he was a band member for three years in the mid-1980s. I feel The Scourge Of The Light is the best-sounding album in the history of Jag Panzer."

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