SHEER TERROR Covers SHAM 69 On 'Kaos For Kristin' EP
New York hardcore veterans SHEER TERROR have unleashed a new, three-song EP, "Kaos For Kristin", via Dead City Records. Featuring three SHAM 69 songs covered in SHEER TERROR style, it can be purchased now on vinyl seven-inch picture disc through the Dead City webstore. The album will be available on iTunes in the coming weeks. All proceeds from the EP will help alleviate the medical bills of the family and friends of close friend Kristin Magee, who recently lost her battle with cancer.
"Kaos For Kristin" track listing:
01. Poor Cow
02. That's Life
03. What Have We Got
Originally formed in 1984, SHEER TERROR was one of the first bands to combine hardcore punk with a heavier, darker metallic sound, instantly putting the group on the map as a pioneering act in the hardcore, punk and metal scenes.
Throughout the years, SHEER TERROR has released numerous albums and singles, beginning with the influential debut "Just Can't Hate Enough", while appearing on some classic hardcore punk compilations. The band has toured the U.S., Europe and Japan countless times, cementing a permanent place in music history as its legend continues to grow.
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