DELIVERANCE Celebrating 25th Anniversary
Christian thrash metal veterans DELIVERANCE will celebrate their 25th anniversary this year with a couple of new releases and live appearances.
Up first will be a brand new studio album, "The Annals of Subterfuge", due later in the year through Retroactive Records. Also in the works is "Temporary Insanity - A Salute to Deliverance", a two-CD all-star tribute to DELIVERANCE from Roxx Records, in conjunction with the Christian Metal Realm (CMR). The disc will feature many special guest artists and contributions from current and past members of THE CRUCIFIED, DELIVERANCE, VENGEANCE RISING, DARK ANGEL, DARKNESS FALLS and many more. "Temporary Insanity" will also include a brand new recording from DELIVERANCE — the 25th-anniversary edition of "Flesh and Blood", completely redone and re-recorded.
Plans are afoot to bring DELIVERANCE to the fans live this year. Shows in California and Pennsylvania are currently being booked and the band is currently entertaining a few other fly-in dates as well as some festival appearances.
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