QUICKSAND: Video Footage Of San Francisco Performance
Video footage of the reunited seminal '90s post-hardcore metal-tinged band QUICKSAND performing the song "Fazer" on June 26 at Slim's in San Francisco can be seen below.
ShopRadioCast last year re-released QUICKSAND's major label debut, "Slip", for the first time on vinyl since its original pressing in 1993. The album is remastered and pressed on limited-edition 180-gram vinyl and housed in a gatefold jacket which includes a Euro inner sleeve.
QUICKSAND made a surprise appearance on June 10, 2012 as the "special guest" on the final night of Revelation Records' four-night 25th-anniversary celebration at the Glass House in Pomona, California. The reunion performance included a cover version of THE SMITHS classic "How Soon Is Now?" which was released as a B-side to QUICKSAND's "Dine Alone" single.
QUICKSAND was formed as a side project of GORILLA BISCUITS' Walter Schreifels, who was joined by Tom Capone, Sergio Vega (now in DEFTONES) and Alan Cage. QUICKSAND initially broke up following the the first Warped Tour in 1995, only to reunite in 1997 for a short run ending in 1999.
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