HIRAX: Work On 'The New Age Of Terror' Nearing Completion

Reunited Los Angeles thrashers HIRAX are currently putting the finishing touches on their latest studio recording, "The New Age Of Terror". The album is being recorded and produced by Michael Rozon (MELVINS, ADRENALINE O.D.) at Speed Semen Clove Factory in North Hollywood, Ca. "This is going to be our most powerful record to date", vocalist Katon De Pena said. "It's dangerously fast and heavy." "The New Age Of Terror" will be released this spring on Deep Six Records as well as HIRAX's label Black Devil Records on CD format as well as limited edition picture disc. HIRAX will headline two U.S. festivals beginning in late April as well as a show at the infamously legendary New York club CBGBs, which will mark HIRAX's first-ever appearance on the East coast. The band will head to Europe in June and July for more festival appearances. Check out www.hirax.org for further details.


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