HARDCORE SUPERSTAR: Munich Footage Available
Video footage of HARDCORE SUPERSTAR's October 28, 2009 concert in Munich, Germany can be viewed below (courtesy of "eblinternational").
HARDCORE SUPERSTAR re-released two of their albums — "Hardcore Superstar" (2005) and "Dreamin In A Casket" (2007) — on October 16 via Nuclear Blast's "Reloaded Series." Both reissues contain bonus material such as demo tracks and rehearsal takes.
"Hardcore Superstar" bonus tracks:
01. Kick On The Upperclass (rehearsal take)
02. We Don't Celebrate Sundays (rehearsal take)
03. Wild Boys (demo)
"Dreaming In A Casket" bonus tracks:
01. Dreamin' In A Casket (demo)
02. Sophisticated Ladies (demo)
03. This Is For The Mentally Damaged (demo)
HARDCORE SUPERSTAR's latest album, "Beg For It", was released on June 5 via Nuclear Blast Records. The LP's title track, which was released as the CD's first single, was certified gold in the band's home country after entering the national chart at position No. 5.
HARDCORE SUPERSTAR last year added guitarist Vic Zino from the band CRAZY LIXX following the departure of Thomas Silver.
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