PUSHED, PAIN Among Acts To Be Included On Promotional CD
Southern California's PUSHED (featuring former TESTAMENT/SLAYER drummer Jon Dette and ex-TESTAMENT bassist Greg Christian) and Sweden's PAIN (led by HYPOCRISY mainman Peter Tägtgren) are two of the 20 bands featured on a double promotional CD currently being compiled by Thermal Breakdown Entertainment, a division of DK Entertainment, LLC.
Among the other bands currently set to be included on the CD are the following:
3 HOLE FACE (Morgantown, WV)
AGAINST (Charleston, WV)
ANGERSTRIKE (Salyersville, KY)
BYZANTINE (Charleston, WV)
EXECUTION IS EVERYTHING (Atlanta, GA)
LIECUS (Parkersburg, WV)
RIVIN (Columbus, OH)
RASCLAAT (Charleston, WV)
Look for the CD to be in the hands of your local college radio metal director late winter 2002\early 2003. The CD will also be available for purchase in a limited edition via the participating bands' web sites.
For more information about the Terror In The Classroom promotional compilation and how to get your band on the CD (serious bands only!), click here or write to: [email protected]
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