More information has surfaced about the newly reformed Los Angeles thrashers HOLY TERROR, who have set "Stillborn" as the title of their upcoming CD box set, tentatively due in early 2006 on Candlelight Records. As previously reported, the set will feature never-before-heard remixes, outtakes, live stuff and video footage.
In addition to guitarist Kurt Colfelt (a.k.a. Kurt Kilfelt; ex-AGENT STEEL), the Seattle-based group's current lineup includes Joe Mitchell (drums), Jeff Matz (bass, ZEKE), and Matt Fox (guitar, ex-BITTER END). A singer has yet to be announced. "We will be recording with legendary [producer] Jack Endino begining in late January," Kilfelt told BLABBERMOUTH.NET. "Hopefully the band will be on tour by summer 2006. New merch will be available in the coming months at HolyTerrorSpeedMetal.com."
HOLY TERROR were formed in the mid-1980s by Kilfelt and ex-DARK ANGEL drummer Jack Schwarz, who left before the release of the band's first album, 1987's "Terror and Submission". A follow-up effort, "Mind Wars", was issued in 1988.
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