VIVIAN CAMPBELL Joins SWEET SAVAGE On Stage In Belfast And Dublin; Video Available

Reactivated NWOBHM legends SWEET SAVAGE (based in Belfast, Northern Ireland) have set "Regeneration" as the title of their new album, due in April via Rock Candy Records.

In other news, current DEF LEPPARD/THIN LIZZY guitarist Vivian Campbell, who was a member of SWEET SAVAGE from 1979 until 1982, joined SWEET SAVAGE on stage for the first time in 30 years when the band supported THIN LIZZY on February 16 in Belfast and February 17 in Dublin to perform the classic track "Killing Time".

Video footage of the Belfast pre-show soundcheck run-through of "Killing Time" with Vivian can be viewed at this location.

METALLICA's cover of "Killing Time" (co-written by Campbell) was included as the B-side to METALLICA's "The Unforgiven" single.

METALLICA frontman James Hetfield joined SWEET SAVAGE on stage at an August 20, 2008 concert at Marlay Park in Dublin, Ireland (where SWEET SAVAGE supported METALLICA) to perform "Killing Time".


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