EXHORDER: 1998 'Reunion' Live Clips Posted Online
Long-defunct New Orleans metallers EXHORDER — cited by many as the originators of the riff-heavy power-groove approach popularized by PANTERA — have had several live video clips from their 1998 reunion show posted online. These three clips are from August 14, 1998 and were filmed at a club called Zeppelin's in Metairie, Louisiana (although the clips are labeled "NOLA"). This was the second appearance they made as the reunited EXHORDER (the first was at Tipitana's in New Orleans a few weeks earlier). The band got up and did these three songs after Kyle Thomas' band FLOODGATE finished their set that night. Watch the clips at YouTube.com:
"Anal Lust" (video)
"Legions of Death" (video)
EXHORDER's lineup that night was as follows:
Kyle Thomas - Vocals
Vinnie Labella - Guitar
Jay Ceravolo - Guitar
Chris Nail - Drums
Kevin Thomas (Kyle's brother) - Bass
In related news, PITTS VS. PREPS — the Louisiana-based band featuring Kyle Thomas — will perform on September 23 in New Orleans at Tipitina's (Uptown) with SUPAGROUP.
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