RIGOR MORTIS Announces Texas Dates

Texan thrashers RIGOR MORTIS have announced four dates in Texas in September. According to the band, "[these] will be our first shows since we played at the Keep It True [festival] in Germany back in April 2009 and our first shows in the USA since we played at Ozzfest back in August 2008."

The details are as follows:

Sep. 10 - Trees - Dallas, TX
Sep. 11 - The Warsaw - Houston, TX
Sep. 12 - Dirty Dog Bar - Austin, TX
Sep. 17 - Joe's Garage Tribute Weekend 2 - The Rail Club, Ft. Worth, TX


Mike Scaccia - Guitar
Casey Orr - Bass/Vocals
Harden Harrison - Drums
Bruce Corbitt - Vocals

Fan-filmed video footage of RIGOR MORTIS performing the song "Demons" on April 25, 2009 at the Keep It True XII festival at Tauberfrankenhalle in Lauda-Königshofen, Germany can be viewed below.


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