Video footage of former SAVATAGE and current CIRCLE II CIRCLE vocalist Zak Stevens performing the BLACK SABBATH classic "Children Of The Sea" with Norwegian metallers PAGAN'S MIND at the ProgPower USA VIII festival in October 2007 at Center Stage in Atlanta, Georgia can be viewed below.
Stevens was one of the singers who took part in the all-star vocal jam on the closing day of the festival. On that day, each vocalist was given the opportunity to perform 1-2 cover songs of his/her choice with the music being provided by the members of PAGAN'S MIND.
Additional footage of past performances will be released monthly in anticipation of the next installment of North America’s premier progressive and power metal festival.
ProgPower USA XI is scheduled to take place September 8-11, 2010 in Atlanta, Georgia. The following acts will appear at the event:
KAMELOT (United States/Norway)
NOCTURNAL RITES (Sweden)
DELAIN (The Netherlands)
LEAVES' EYES (Germany)
SEVENTH WONDER (Norway)
OCEANS OF SADNESS (Belgium)
ILLUSION SUITE (Norway)
Additional band confirmations for the Mid-Week Mayhem and ProgPower USA Showcase will be announced via the festival web site over the coming months.
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