STEVE GRIMMETT's GRIMMSTINE: Video Footage From Fargo Debut Posted Online

Former GRIM REAPER singer Steve Grimmett played the first show with his new band GRIMMSTINE on Friday, October 10 at Rick's Bar in Fargo, North Dakota. The group reportedly played three GRIM REAPER songs along with most of GRIMMSTINE's self-titled debut, which came out earlier in the year.

Watch fan-filmed video footage of the performance below.

GRIMMSTINE is a collaboration between Grimmett and guitar player Steve Stine, who is based in Fargo. The band's rhythm section consists of Hat (bass) and Dave Johnson (drums) from local metal act SONS OF POSEIDON.

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