DTENTE: German Club Show Announced

Reunited California-based metallers DTENTE featuring vocalist Ann Boleyn (HELLION) and guitarist Michael Carlino (FEAR OF GOD) alongside original DTENTE members Dennis Butler (drums), Caleb Quinn (guitar) and Steve Hochheiser (bass) have announced a new show in Oberhausen, Germany on July 26 at Helvete Club.

DTENTE's schedule is now shaping up as follows:

Jul. 05 - Tidalwave Metal Fest 2008 - San Francisco, California
Jul. 19 - The Black Castle - Los Angeles, California
Jul. 25 - Headbanger's Open Air - Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany
Jul. 26 - Helvete Club - Oberhausen, Germany
Jul. 27 - Ballroom Hamburg - Hamburg, Germany
Oct. 04 - MartoHell Metal Festival - Barcelona, Spain

Classic footage of the original "Recognize No Authority"-era lineup of DTENTE Dawn Crosby, Steve Hochheiser, Dennis Butler, Ross Robinson and Caleb Quinn performing the song "Holy War" in 1986 can be viewed below.

DTENTE'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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