HIRAX: Behind-The-Scenes Footage From Japanese Tour
Behind-the-scenes footage from HIRAX's late October/early November 2010 tour of Japan can be viewed below.
On June 29 (one day earlier internationally), Season of Mist released a new compilation album from HIRAX, "Noise Chaos War". Consisting of three thrashing EPs — remastered, remixed and available on CD for the first time — this release also includes a video for "Bombs of Death", filmed live in Japan last year.
Originally signed to Metal Blade in 1985, HIRAX has been at the forefront of the thrash movement for over 25 years. Their music has stood the test of time and their legions of fans continue to grow.
"Barrage of Noise" EP:
01. Murder One
02. Barrage of Noise
03. Walk With Death
04. Broken Neck
06. Mouth Sewn Shut
07. Beyond the Church
08. French Pearl
"Chaos and Brutality" EP:
01. Chaos and Brutality
02. Walk With Death (re-recorded)
03. 100,000 Strong
04. Lucifer's Infierno (reprise)
"Assassins of War" EP:
01. Lucifer's Infierno
02. Summon the Death Dealers
03. City of the Dead
05. Assassins of War
06. Bombs of Death (live video)
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