SATANIC INDUSTRIES LTD., the band featuring former FIGHT bassist Jay Jay, has cancelled its previously announced November 17 reunion concert at Barnone (inside the Sets) in Tempe, Arizona. "I've just received notice that I will have to appear at the FIGHT DVD release in N.Y. and L.A. during that time," says Jay Jay. "I'm goin to try to get with the band and and see about moving the show to the day before my birthday."For more information, visit www.myspace.com/satanicindustriesltd. Formed in April 1993, SATANIC INDUSTRIES LTD. (S.I.L.) also features guitarist Goody, who has traveled the planet many times over working in various capacities as a guitar tech, tour, stage and production manager and as a soundman with bands such as SEPULTURA, SACRED REICH, FLOTSAM AND JETSAM, and BIOHAZARD. In 2001, Jay Jay and S.I.L. returned to the studio with new drummer Rich Contadino, who had previously worked for Dreamworks as an animation artist on movies such as "Spirit". The result was the "Going to Church" CD on RATT singer Stephen Pearcy's Top Fuel Records.
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