Former VENGEANCE RISING Members To Play CORNERSTONE; Possible EP On The Way

Rising from the ashes of Christian '80s thrash band VENGEANCE RISING, the band now known as ONCE DEAD have finished their first live DVD. Initial reports indicate that this will be one of the most well produced Christian Metal DVDs on the market to date. The pre-sale went well and the initial 100 autographed copies are sold out ahead of the disc's official March 19 release date.

The DVD recording was to be a one-time reunion, but interest from the Christian community was so great that ONCE DEAD have now signed on to play Cornerstone, the largest Christian music festival in North America. The band are currently working on a web site as well and are also tentatively discussing the possibilities of an EP.

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