Corby, U.K. metallers RAGING SPEEDHORN will reunite with original frontman Frank Regan for a special set at this year's Damnation Festival. The band will perform tracks from its first two albums, 2000's "Raging Speedhorn" and 2002's "We Will Be Dead Tomorrow".
"We are really excited to be back playing again this year, and we're looking forward to laying waste to Damnation Festival as only the 'HORN know how!" says the band.
"We are chuffed to see Frank making a return on vocals with John, and will be revisiting some of our favourites from the first two albums."
Damnation Festival will take place November 1 at Leeds University Union.
RAGING SPEEDHORN's latest CD, "Before The Sea Was Built", was released in September 2007 via SPV.
"Before the Sea Was Built" was recorded at Foel Studio in North Wales with producer Larry Hibbitt.
RAGING SPEEDHORN supported CARNIVORE on a European tour in November/December 2008.
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