VENGEANCE RISING: Former Singer Threatens To Sue Over 'Reunion' Show
Bill Bafford of Roxx Productions has issued the following press release regarding the upcoming ONCE DEAD DVD, featuring former members of VENGEANCE RISING:
"This past August in Anaheim CA, four out of five of the original members of the Christian '80s thrash band VENGEANCE RISING reunited for a one time performance. Originally billed as VENGEANCE RISING, the promoters had to quickly change the name of the reunion as former vocalist Roger Martinez, whom the band has had an ongoing dispute with since they split up and Roger became a practicing Satanist, threatened to sue and cause a lot of problems if they proceeded with the show. Despite the threats the show continued on with Scott Waters of New Mexico's ULTIMATUM filling in on the vocal chores. The show was recorded and a limited-edition DVD is now being released, which chronicles the event as well as having a few extras on there such as a where are they now type interview which also addresses some of their past issues with the original VENGEANCE RISING vocalist. The DVD is being released throuh Roxx Records in a limited quantity of 1000. The first 100 orders are being personally autographed by the band. For all the details visit RoxxProductions.com."
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