U.K. Thrashers XENTRIX To Reunite For Two Exclusive Gigs
Acclaimed late '80s/early '90s U.K. thrash metallers XENTRIX will reunite for two gigs with their original lineup of:
Dennis Gasser - Drums
Paul "Macka" MacKenzie - Bass
Kristian "Stan" Havard - Guitar
Chris Astley - Guitar/Vocals
XENTRIX will play The Bitter Suite in Preston on February 25 and the Engineers Club in Barrow-in-Furness on March 17.
"We aren't reforming," said guitar player Stan Havard in a statement sent to BLABBERMOUTH.NET. "We just got back together to play a gig in Barrow for our bass player's birthday, and decided to add a Preston show as well."
XENTRIX released four albums on Roadrunner Records: "Shattered Existence" (1989), "For Whose Advantage" (1990), "Dilute to Taste" (1991) and "Kin" (1992). They also issued "Scourge" (1996) on Heavy Metal Records with Simon Gordon on vocals and Andy Rudd on guitar.
For further information, visit www.xentrix.co.uk.
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