Demons & Wizards makes re-mastered albums available digitally

As previously reported here at Stargazed Magazine, Century Media Records has signed Demons & Wizards – the collaboration between Blind Guardian’s Hansi Kürsch and Jon Schaffer of Iced Earth – who are currently busy recording their yet untitled third studio album, scheduled  for early 2020.

The albums “Demons & Wizards” (2000) and “Touched by the Crimson King” (2005) are now finally available again on all digital platforms! Remastered by Zeuss (Iced Earth, Queensrÿche, Sanctuary), these two records will also be released as expanded deluxe editions on June 7th, 2019. The expanded editions will feature liner notes by Hansi Kürsch & Jon Schaffer as well as bonus material and will be released as Limited Edition Digipak, Deluxe 2LP with Etching & LP-booklet as well as digital deluxe editions.

Streaming & pre-ordering options are available for “Demons & Wizards” and “Touched by the Crimson King”

 

This summer, DEMONS & WIZARDS will celebrate a massive return, playing some of the most renowned European Festivals alongside a few, selected club shows.

DEMONS & WIZARDS live:

31.05.2019 Garage, Saarbrücken (DE)
01.06.2019 Z7, Pratteln (CH)
02.06.2019 Batschkapp, Frankfurt (DE)
08.06.2019 Sweden Rock Festival, Norje/Sölvesborg (SWE)
10.06.2019 RED Club, Moscow (RU)
20.06.2019 Copenhell Festival, Copenhagen (DK)
21.06.2019 Hellfest, Clisson (FR)
22.06.2019 Graspop Metal Meeting, Dessel (B)
28.06.2019 Dokk’em Open Air, Dokkum (NL)
30.06.2019 Islington Assembly Hall, London (UK)
04.07.2019 Barcelona Rock Fest, Barcelona (ES)
06.07.2019 Chania Rock Festival, Chania (GR)
25.07.2019 Metaldays, Tolmin (SVN)
01.-03.08.2019 Wacken Open Air, Wacken (DE)
05.09.2019 ProgPower, Atlanta (US)

 

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Demons & Wizards makes re-mastered albums available digitally

April 2, 2019

The albums “Demons & Wizards” (2000) and “Touched by the Crimson King” (2005) are now finally available again on all digital platforms!

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