Yay...da bin ich mal gespannt, was da auf uns zukommt. Auf jeden Fall waren Devil in Disguise (die sich nun offiziell GLACIER nennen dürfen) beim letzten KIT eines meiner Highlights. Hier die Meldung laut facebook: In 2016 the band DEVIL IN DISGUISE was born as a tribute to the 80's US Cult Metal act GLACIER. The band was formed as a special one off tribute performance featuring one of the Glacier vocalist Michael Podrybau to play at the 2017 Edition of the Ragnarokkr Metal Apocalypse Fest in Chicago. It was going to feature Michael singing the songs from the EP and a few demo tracks. The band would be rounded off by Chicago musicians. The name was picked off of the track from the EP. Since it was not officially Glacier, this was the best way to pay respect to the history of the original band and the fans who would be seeing the performances. The band worked hard on making sure the Glacier sound remained in tact. Then the Ragnarokkr fest was cancelled and the band was offered to play in Germany at the legendary Keep It True Festival. So all the hard work of learning the songs was not lost. The band then was also booked at the Legions of Metal Festival in Chicago the same year. Things took off for the band more than just a one off tribute. Still using the Devil In Disguise moniker more shows were offered to the band. The idea to keep it going and writing new material came up and new songs began to start happening. This was no longer going to be just a tribute band. Now in 2018 the band has received the blessings from surviving members to carry on with the original name Glacier. So now the band known as Devil in Disguise will carry on in the future with a revised line up and now using the classic name Glacier for all future shows and festival appearances. New material is currently being worked on as well. The band is now ready for battle under the Glacier name. Do not miss out on their appearances at the Northwest Metal Fest in Seattle in March and at Up The Hammers in Greece this coming May. 2018 will be the start for a new era of the band Glacier. See you all at the future shows and look out for the new material.