Today we can announce an outright Hard Rock legend! Phil Rudd joined AC/DC back in 1975 and played countless shows with the band. He and his incomparable, clocklike drumming helped to create the tremendous albums like High Voltage, Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap, Highway to Hell, Back in Black or For Those About to Rock.
Once again you have the chance to present the latest collection of W:O:A and FMC merchandise at our Full Metal Fashion Show on Mein Schiff 2! If you're in for the fun and ready to do some heavy metal modelling you can apply via firstname.lastname@example.org until March 31st (all genders). Please include fotos (preferably facial and full lenght portrait) and - if available - information on your modelling experiences. The best about this: You get to keep the pieces you presented during the show!
We have some sad news: Due to an accident, Die Kassierer can’t make it to the next cruise. Get well soon Wölfi!
But at the same time we can announce a new name: Mike Tramp!
Tramp made rock history already in the 80s, when he released several great hits with his bands White Lion and Freak of Nature. Afterwards he started his solo career, which spawned even more great songs. Last month he released his new solo album Maybe Tomorrow and it hit the top of the Danish album charts!
The Full Metal Cruise IV is over for quite some time now - and once more we want to say "thank you" for the great time we shared aboard! It was the last time on the Mein Schiff 1, the last time we shaked the ship and drained the beer supplies.
The next Cruise however is already in reach, we are currently speaking with new bands that we want to have aboard and we plan the changes that the new ship, the Mein Schiff 2 will need us to make.
By the way: Some remaining merchandising articles...
We sadly have to announce, that Saxon can't make it to the Full Metal Cruise on Saturday.
"After attending the hospital for a regular check up, Biff Byford underwent a small, common and routine procedure to correct an issue found during the visit. As it was light out-patient surgery, he has been told not to travel for two weeks, therefore Saxon will no longer be able to perform on the FMC 4 and other live shows for now . Biff hopes to see you all soon and would like to...