Video footage of reunited California-based metallers DÉTENTE — featuring vocalist Ann Boleyn (HELLION) and guitarist Michael Carlino (FEAR OF GOD) alongside original DÉTENTE members Dennis Butler (drums), Caleb Quinn (guitar) and Steve Hochheiser (bass) — performing a new song, "Ashes To Ashes", on March 6, 2009 at Annie's Social Club in San Francisco, California can be viewed below.DÉTENTE is currently working on new material for a tentative late 2009 release. Commented Hochheiser: "I have written six new songs and hope to have enough for a full-length over the next couple of months. I have pondered the thought of an EP also but no final decision. For those of you wondering what it might sound like... well. it sounds like DÉTENTE. I did write 'Holy War', 'It's Your Fate', and 'Catalepsy' alone, as well as sharing 'Widow's Walk' and 'Losers' credits; and, of course, the vicious drumming of Dennis gave the punk edge to our music. The new material is probably closer to the demo days in approach, though; Dennis and I tend to lean in the hardcore direction, so we will keep it raw. Everyone can expect it in stores around the September/October time frame." DÉTENTE's classic album "Recognize No Authority" was reissued in July 2007 via MVD Audio. "Recognize No Authority" was a critically acclaimed recording that maintains a cult following to this day. It was also the launching ground for nu-metal metal producer Ross Robinson (KORN, SLIPKNOT, FEAR FACTORY, SOULFLY) who plays guitar on the album. The CD also marked the first full-length release by FEAR OF GOD's Dawn Crosby, who sadly passed away on December 15, 1996.
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