Long-running German thrashers HOLY MOSES have posted the following message on their official web site:
"We got the sad message that Piggy of VOIVOD died. You maybe know, that Sabina [Classen, vocals] was a huge fan of VOIVOD and painted the VOIVOD logo as a huge patch on her jacket! We will dedicate our next show in Holland, [this] coming Saturday, to Piggy.
"See ya, brother!!! One day we will all meet up there. R.I.P."
HOLY MOSES had their early albums "Finished with the Dogs" (1987) and "The New Machine of Liechtenstein" (1989) reissued through Armageddon Music last month. The CDs were digitally re-mastered and will be released in the jewel-case format, with full booklets, lyrics, liner notes, modified artwork and never-before-seen photos of HOLY MOSES and the group's frontwoman, Sabina Classen.
Armageddon Music have announced plans to re-release the rest of HOLY MOSES' early catalog in the fall, including the 1986 debut "Queen of Siam" (which has never been released on CD), 1990's "World Chaos", 1991's "Terminal Terror" and 1992's "Reborn Dogs". A retrospective DVD will follow in the spring.
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