Reunited HITTMAN To Co-Headline Germany's KEEP IT TRUE XII Festival
HITTMAN, the hard rock/heavy metal band from Long Island, New York that released two moderately successful albums between 1989 and 1993, will reunite in its original formation for a co-headlining appearance at the the Keep It True XII festival, set to take place April 24-25, 2009 at Tauberfrankenhalle in Lauda-Knigshofen, Germany. According to a press release, HITTMAN's set will include material from the band's first album plus a few demo classics.
The festival billing is shaping up as follows:
HELL (UK) *
ATLANTEAN KODEX (GER)
IN SOLITUDE (SWE)
DEJA VU (GER)
* Three original members plus SABBAT's Andy Sneap and Martin Walkyier
A total of 18 or 19 bands will perform at the event.
For more information, visit www.keep-it-true.de.
Watch fan-filmed video footage of HITTMAN performing the song "Breakout" at the Limelight in New York City in 1988 (ripped by Warlordy).
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