Atlanta's HALLOWS EVE Announce Hometown Show

Reunited Atlanta-based thrashers HALLOWS EVE will be be playing a Halloween Bash on Saturday, October 30 at The International Artists Guild (I.A.G.), located at 845 Memorial Drive in Atlanta.

HALLOWS EVE recently completed work on a new single, "Evil Offerings", at Van Gogh Studios in Atlanta with engineer Chris Gailfoil.

The single, the group's first official release in 16 years, features founding members Tommy Stewart on bass and vocals, and Skullator on guitar and lead vocals, along with Brandon Ottinger on guitar and Dane Jensen on drums.

"Evil Offerings" contains the following cuts: "Technicolour Roadkill" and "Looking Glass".

HALLOWS EVE will be co-headlining Germany's Keep It True III festival, set to be held November 6 in Lauda-Königshofen. Other confirmed acts include HELSTAR, STORMWITCH, TYRANTS REIGN, JAGUAR, SACRED STEEL, WITCHFYNDE, ROTTWEILLER, METAL INQUISITOR and REPENT.

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