DELIVERANCE Working On New Album

Three original members of the Christian metal band DELIVERANCEJimmy P. Brown II, Brian Khairullah and Glenn E. Rogers — will perform on stage together for the first time since 1989 on November 21, 2009 at Peabody's Downunder in Cleveland, Ohio. They will be joined by drummer Mike Reed, who was featured on the DELIVERANCE album "As Above - So Below" in addition to playing with Brown as part of his JUPITER VI project, along with Brian Khairullah on guitar.

DELIVERANCE is currently working on material for a new album, entitled "The Annals of Subterfuge", for a 2010 release on Retroactive Records. The band hopes to play numerous shows in support of the CD and expects to make a number of festival appearances.

Rogers is currently playing lead guitar for the classic metal band HIRAX.

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