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Members of Megadeth, Alice Cooper, Lizzy Borden all performing on the Knight Fury “Time to Rock” CD.

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Knight Fury

“Bassist David Ellefson (MEGADETH), drummer Ken Mary (ALICE COOPER, IMPELLITTERI, FIFTH ANGEL) and vocalist William King are among the musicians who appear on “Time To Rock”, the debut album from KNIGHT FURY, the project led by former LIZZY BORDEN guitarist Chris Sanders. Regarding the KNIGHT FURY sound, Sanders said in an early 2011 interview with Full Metal Review, “It’s all about] great riffs, hooks and truly great music. The whole album [has] that sound, but there is variation. They really are all hit songs!” — Blabblermouth, Blabbermouth

“Chris explained that he was wanting the best musicians to perform the best music… You can sample a sound of This new band by droping over to http://www.reverbnation.com/knightfury . Believe me when I tell you its worth a listen. Chris is musically driven and has a non stop drive, and like a few others is a true credit to the business. . Chris was cool enough to take time out and fill us in a little about himself as well as his new band. ” — Metal Mike, Full Metal Review

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