Video footage of MASSACRE's entire March 29 performance at the Florida Metal Bash at The Brass Mug in Tampa, Florida can be seen below.
MASSACRE was forced to cancel the Brazilian leg of its South American tour, which kicked off on November 9, 2012 in Bogota, Colombia.
An official statement regarding the cancelation can be found at this location.
MASSACRE released a seven-inch single, "Condemned To The Shadows", on July 30, 2012. The single, which is available as a regular black-wax version, a transparent wax limited edition and a yellow-wax limited edition, contains two brand new songs — "Succumb To Rapture" and "Back From Beyond" — that were recorded in February 2012 at CGM Studios in Altamonte Springs, Florida with Tim Vazquez at the helm.
MASSACRE is hard at work on material for a new album, to be released laer in the year via Century Media Records.
The band's new lineup consists of bassist Terry Butler and guitarist Frederick "Rick Rozz" DeLillo alongside MASSACRE's latest additions, Mike Mazzonetto (drums; M INC., PAIN PRINCIPLE) and Ed Webb (vocals; DIABOLIC, GENERICHRIST, DESTINED TO RUIN).
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