Demons & Wizards

SKU: 21712
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Steamhammer
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Metal/Hard Rock
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Jon Schaffer, guitarist for Iced Earth unites with Blind Guardian's singer extraordinare Hansi Kursch. Sounds just like you think it would - like Iced Earth fronted by Hansi. Got a problem with that?

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