VEHEMENCE: New Song Posted Online
Reunited Arizona-based death metallers VEHEMENCE have posted a new demo recording, "I Hate This Life", on their MySpace page.
In addition, the band has scheduled the following dates:
Apr. 26 - Joe's Grotto - Phoenix, Arizona
May 30 - G.O.T.S. 8 at the Compound - Albuquerque, New Mexico
May 31 - The Mutant House - Chino, California
Jun. 01 - The 418 Project - Santa Cruz, California
Nathan Gearhart - Vocals
Bjorn Dannov - Guitar
Mark Kozuback - Bass
Andy Schroeder - Drums
Kyle Moeller Guitar
VEHEMENCE called it quits in early October 2005 after getting dropped by Metal Blade Records, the label that released the band's last two full-length efforts, 2002's "God Was Created" and 2004's "Helping the World to See". Three of the group's members eventually joined ABIGAIL WILLIAMS but quit a short time later.
Fan-filmed video footage of VEHEMENCE performing live at Chasers in Scottsdale, Arizona on February 16, 2008 (the band's first concert in over two years) can be viewed below (courtesy of "colourofsleep").
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