Lillian Axe Searching For New Singer After Ronnie Munroe’s Departure
October 6, 2010
Lillian Axe are searching for a new singer to replace Ronnie Munroe. Munroe, formerly the lead vocalist of Metal Church, joined Lillian Axe as a fulltime member on August 1, 2010 after replacing Derrick LeFevre as lead vocalist of the band.
In a recent posting the band stated, “As you may have heard by now, Ronny Munroe will not be the lead singer of Lillian Axe due to prior commitments beyond anyone’s control. We love Ronny and wish him the best. We remain on great terms and the band is already in auditions with several new singers. Steve has already written several new songs for the new album that we will record in 2011.
Unfortunately this means that we will have to postpone our tour to support Deep Red Shadows. We were planning to tour at the end of October – November in the USA and in Europe in January. As soon as the new singer is chosen, the band plans to record a new song for immediate download to introduce him. Then Lillian will do a string of warm up dates while working on the next album slated for 2011 release.
In March 2011, the new Cuba Gooding Jr. movie, “Hit List” will be released and it features “47 Ways To Die” as the main opening song in the movie during the opening credits and start of the movie.
Lillian Axe is still looking for the right vocalist.
Submissions for singers MUST include the following to be considered: (1) 3 song demo CD, (2) DVD containing your recent live performance (3) 2 photos (color and b&w) and (4) your bio containing your musical resume.
All submissions should be sent to:
Love & War Records
PO Box 130
Hicksville, New York 11802-0130
Please keep the packages at the following size (10″l x 2″w x 10″h) — All submissions become the property of Love & War Records and will not be returned to the sender.”