Canadian classic metal band Ivory Knight is pleased to announce their reunion after an 8-year split. The band is currently in rehearsals and intends to return to the live stage first before deciding on whether or not to return to writing and recording.
Ivory Knight released its last CD, titled Unconscience, in 2005. The album was mixed and mastered by legendary guitarist Jeff Waters of the great Canadian metal act Annihilator. The album was very well received by fans and critics alike, and was a worthy successor to the critically-acclaimed 2001 album ‘Up From The Ashes’. The band’s first recording was its 1988 demo called “Voices In Your Nightmare” which received excellent reviews from all over the world, despite having been recorded in the bands rehearsal space on a lowly 4-track tape machine.
Respected Metal magazine Brave Words & Bloody Knuckles, Issue #92, lists Ivory Knight among the great Canadian Metal acts alongside bands like Rush, Annihilator, Exciter, and others. The Temple of Metal in Greece called the band “Canada’s best kept secret”! U.S.-based Indie-Music.com says this band is “good enough to have a mainstream appeal similar to that of Priest, Sabbath, Megadeth, or Metallica”!