MASSACRE Disbands; 2008 Festival Appearances Possible

The reformed lineup of the Florida-based death metal legends MASSACRE has issued the following update:

"As of now, MASSACRE is disbanded. However, the 'Re-Animated 2007 Tour' lineup — Kam Lee [DENIAL FIEND, ex-DEATH] on vocals, Terry Butler [SIX FEET UNDER, ex-DEATH] on bass, Sam Williams [DOWN BY LAW, PSEUDO HEROES] on guitar, Steve Swanson on guitar, and Curt Beeson [NASTY SAVAGE, LOWBROW] on drums — may play some festival shows as MASSACRE next year 2008 in both the U.S. and overseas. Kam Lee and Terry Butler will, however, continue to both tour and record for their new band DENIAL FIEND."

Watch fan-filmed video footage of MASSACRE performing the song "Provoked Accuser" at the Baroeg in Rotterdam, Holland on November 2 2007 (courtesy of "philty11")

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