Hanny Mohamed / Black Majesty

One of Australia’s most popular Heavy Metal bands, Black Majesty dazzled the metal scene with their progressive tinged ‘Sands of Time’ cd (2003), and critically acclaimed power metal opus ‘Silent Company’ cd (2005) the band released ‘Tomorrowland’ in 2007 which saw them play at some of the world’s biggest renowned Heavy Metal festivals.

‘In Your Honour’ (2010) named after the band’s appreciation for their fans, which also saw Black Majesty play one of their biggest headline shows ever - in excess of 5000 people in Jakarta, Indonesia. 'Stargazer' (2012) is both fresh and vintage. Showng off some of the band’s best songwriting, which sees the band cover new ground with excellent musicianship and melodic arrangements whilst still remaining true to their melodic metal style. 'Cross of Thorns' (2015), is heavy with scything riffs and simmering solo's flying at you from all angles all wrapped up in a powerful mix.

2018 sees Black Majesty return with their seventh studio album, 'Children Of The Abyss'. It's fast, epic & intense. It bare's the distinctive mark of the band which has always been the power combined with impressive speed.



Guitar Influences:

Randy Rhoads , Jake E Lee , Kai Hansen , Tony Iommy , Ritchie Blackmore , Adrian Smith , Dave Murray, Jeff Waters , Rik Emmett , Glen Tipton , Vivian Campbell

Musical Influences:

Iron Maiden, Black Sabbath, Helloween, Rainbow, Dio, Whitesnake, Judas Priest, OzzY, Annihilator

1st Jackson:

Jackson/Charvel (JAPAN with USA parts) .When I was 12, It was very similar to the one Jake E Lee used on the Bark At The Moon Tour  '83 only mine had an original Floyd Rose .

Hobbies outside music:

Cricket and AFL Footy , visiting Medieval Castles in Europe , History , Horror movies

Fun Facts:

In 2006 I donated a Jackson Guitar to Musonia School Of Music in the USA which was run by the late Delores Rhoads (Randy's mother) and received a nice thank you hand written letter and a special RR Guitar Pick that I have locked away in a safe place

Did you know?

Hanny has a certificate in Audio Production from RMIT University

I grew up watching and listening some of my favourite guitar players using Jackson. It's the only metal guitar that can take so much abuse but still hold up and day after day after day

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