DEATHRASH Bassist On New Songs: 'Jaws Are Going To Drop'

Bassist/founding member Pat Burns of the reunited New Jersey thrashers DEATHRASH has issued the following update:

"We got together last weekend and fucking KILLED! We ripped through all the DEATHRASH classics, but 'Feel You Die', 'A Time to Slay' and 'Heart of the Darkness' have NEVER sounded better. Wait 'till you hear the new tracks 'Thrash beyond Death' and 'Unfinished Business' — jaws are going to drop. We are mixing live tracks next weekend and should have another song posted shortly.

"I want to thank everyone for their continued support and KNOW you won't be disappointed!"

The upcoming DEATHRASH CD, "Thrash beyond Death", is expected to include live recordings circa 1986-87 from CBGB in New York City, The Grunge Club in upstate New York and the band's last show at The Electric Banana in Pittsburgh. In addition, the album will include the new songs "Unfinished Business" and "Thrash beyond Death". All the original members are involved: John Scherer (vocals), Pat Nemeth (guitar), Tim Scherer (guitar) and Pat Burns (bass).

DEATHRASH's lineup briefly included drummer Tony Scaglione, who had previously played with WHIPLASH, SLAYER, LUDICHRIST and RAGING SLAB, among other acts.


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