BIOHAZARD Joined By CYPRESS HILL's SEN DOG At Hollywood Concert; Video Available

Sen Dog of CYPRESS HILL joined BIOHAZARD on stage last night (Saturday, March 28) during the reunited New York hardcore/metal band's concert at the newly renovated Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles, California (also featuring SUICIDAL TENDENCIES). In addition to playing their 1994 collaboration "How It Is", they also did a version of the CYPRESS HILL song "Ain't Going Out Like That", which then went straight into a cover of PUBLIC ENEMY's "Bring The Noize".

Fan-filmed video footage of the performance can be viewed below. A full review is available at www.talesfromthepit.net.

BIOHAZARD has announced plans to record a new studio album once it has completed its current 20th-anniversary tour.

In an early 2008 interview with Terrorizer magazine, bassist/vocalist Evan Seinfeld explained how the band's reunion came about: "We had all been wondering what we were going to do to mark the twenty-year milestone in the BIOHAZARD history and it seemed like it was long overdue. Even though we are all busy with many different projects as well as other careers and music projects, it has been surprisingly painless to get everyone together. We had our first real jam three weeks ago and it was really amazingly tight considering it had been such a long time, the longest we had ever gone without playing together. Our former manager Scott suggested to me that I hook up with Bobby [Hambel, guitar] and we do a reunion. He was definitely integral in getting us all together. We think that since BIOHAZARD sold nearly four million albums worldwide and has performed in virtually every corner of the earth, lots of fans will come out to relive the even more famous live show, get a t-shirt, stage dive or just reminisce."

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