DEAD HORSE: Footage Of Reunion Concert

After nearly 15 years of silence, Texas crossover thrash/hardcore band DEAD HORSE played a reunion show in Houston on October 22 at the Warehouse Live. Fan-filmed video footage of the concert can be seen below.

DEAD HORSE's debut, "Horsecore: An Unrelated Story That's Time Consuming", came out in 1989. A follow-up effort, "Peace Death and Pretty Flowers", was released in 1991.

Abyss Records is reissuing the long-out-of-print "Boil(ing)" LP from DEAD HORSE. Limited to 1,000 copies on transparent-with-red-and-black-splatter 180-gram vinyl, it comes with a 18-inch-by-24-inch poster, four-inch vinyl sticker and free download card.

Go to this location to order your copy today.

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Since disbanding in 1996, the raging tones of DEAD HORSE have never stopped ringing in the ears of the faithful and now the group is back to show a new generation of maniacs what true thrash is all about.

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