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Lords Of The Trident Returning To WOM VII Festival

The Warriors of Metal Fest will be welcoming back the Madison, WI power metallers who rocked the Warriors Of Metal Fest III & IV Open Air shows in 2010 and 2011, the Lords Of The Trident. Fest organizer Datis Alaee comments:

"Not only did this band inject a lot of fun into our annual summer festival but the band's most outgoing and 'vocal' personality, but Ty Christian has been a source of incredible support for us, showing up each subsequent year in 2012 right in the middle of the storm we were being hit with and 2013 with more and more metalheads from Wisconsin to enjoy themselves during our metal weekend in Ohio. Those friends have since become new festival fans who are becoming repeat attendees! That kind of support is very rare and very much appreciated!!!"

Band founder and vocalist, Lord Fang Von Wrathenstein states: "The Lords Of The Trident are excited to be able to return to the Warriors of Metal fest, and do battle with all of the other true METAL bands and fans out there. It has been two years since our last appearance at the fest, and this has given the fest organizer the proper time to rebuild the stage, put out all of the fires, bury their dead, and fill in the giant crater caused by our 2011 performance.

We are once again ready to melt faces, abduct Ohio's women, and slay all the unworthy who stand in our path. We sincerely hope that the venue has installed the necessary shock absorbing concrete slabs to withstand the earth shattering, inferno-producing metal we plan to unleash. WARRIORS! Ready your axes and prepare your strongest armor - YOU SHALL NEED IT!"

Check out the video for "Complete Control," off of LOTT's "Plan of Attack" below.


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