RAGING VIOLENCE Featuring Former HIRAX, WARGOD Members: Audio Samples Of Upcoming Debut

RAGING VIOLENCE Featuring Former HIRAX, WARGOD Members: Audio Samples Of Upcoming Debut

RAGING VIOLENCE, the new band featuring former HIRAX members Gary Monardo, Johnnie Tabares, Scott Owen and Bob Savage (who played on the group's 1984 demo) alongside ex-WARGOD singer Rob Perkins, has released audio samples of the music it has been working on in the studio. Check it out in the YouTube clip below.

The debut RAGING VIOLENCE release will include classic HIRAX songs going back to the beginning, starting with the well-known 1984 tape demo through the early HIRAX albums and finishing with three brand new RAGING VIOLENCE songs that "thrash with the best of them," according to a press release.


Gary Monardo - Bass
Scott Owen - Guitar
Bob Savage - Guitar
Johnnie Tabares - Drums
Rob Perkins - Vocals

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