metal talk
instagram Facebook Twitter RSS
metal talk
14th March 2018


Metal power is in the building: They've worked and toured with legendary bands like Powerwolf, Rage, Grave Digger, U.D.O. and many more and have been delivering pure Heavy Metal for nearly twenty years now – if you search for true Heavy Metal in Germany, you will find the mighty Majesty.

Founded by Tarek 'Metal Son' Maghary, Majesty have worked hard from day one. They recorded three demos, played their first festivals and recorded their first full length album in 2002. Entitled 'Sword & Sorcery', this debut still reigns in every true Metal heart today.


Numerous albums, tours and festival shows followed and last year they made it to number 16 in the German album charts with 'Rebels'.

Riding on the wave of this success, the band are ready to take the next step and join the Napalm Records family. Singer and founding member Tarek tells is about their future endeavours:

"We are happy that we found a perfect partner with Napalm Records who fully shares the same passion and dedication for Heavy Metal that we do. I can already promise you, that we will strike back with a new album in 2019 which will blow everything else away.


"But for now, we will continue to finish our 'Rebels' tour 2018 and we would be very happy if you come along to party with us. Friends, we see you on the road!"

Stay tuned for this upcoming supreme Metal strike!

Upcoming shows:
15th March: DE - Munich / Backstage
6th April: DE - Magdeburg / Factory
7th April: DE - Osnabrueck / Bastard Club
13th April: DE - Hamburg / Logo
14th April: DE - Flensburg / Roxy
21st April: DE - Leipzig / Hellraiser

Sword & Sorcery (2002)
Reign in Glory (2003)
Hellforces (2006)
Thunder Rider (2013)
Banners High (2013)
Generation Steel (2015)
Rebels (2017)
new album in 2019!

Majesty are:
Tarek 'MS' Maghary - vocals
Emanuel Knorr - lead & rhythm guitars
Robin Hadamovsky - guitars
Arthur Gauglitz- bass
Jan Raddatz – drums


metal talk © All written site content is copyright 2008-2018, unless otherwise stated, and is not to be used without prior permission.