THE CURSED Featuring OVERKILL, Ex-HADES Members; Debut Gig Photos, Review Available
THE CURSED, the new band featuring vocalist Bobby "Blitz" Ellsworth (OVERKILL) and former HADES guitarist Dan Lorenzo, made its live debut on May 20 at the Highline Ballroom in New York City. Also appearing on the bill were former ANTHRAX singer Joey Belladonna and THE SCHOOL OF ROCK ALL-STARS (playing a set of metal classics by METALLICA, IRON MAIDEN, JUDAS PRIEST, KING DIAMOND and SLAYER). Check out a review of the show and photos at Piercing Metal.
THE CURSED's selist was as follows:
01. One Time
02. Leven Als God In Frankrijk
03. Breaking Her Down
04. Best Of The Worst
05. Native Tongue
06. Queen Of The Down
07. Evil, In The Bag
08. Bright Light Fright
09. Love Me Like A Reptile
10. Hair Of The Dog
12. Preface/In The Know
13. Spiritual Void
14. All's Right
As previously reported, THE CURSED has pushed back the release date of its debut album, "Room Full of Sinners" (Screaming Ferret Wreckords), to June 26 from the previously announced May 22. The CD was completed at Crystal Studios in New Jersey, before and after OVERKILL's successful stint on the Gigantour, which also featured MEGADETH and LAMB OF GOD. Mike Koenig from Crystal Studios engineered.
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