LONG TIME DEAD: Debut Album Launch Scheduled For This Weekend

U.K.-based old-school thrashers LONG TIME DEAD will be releasing their debut album, "Universal Cry For Help", at the end of May. The album will be officially released at the group's album launch party at the Sugarmill in Hanley on Saturday, May 29. As a special "thank you" to all their fans who have supported them over the last few years, the album will be available on the night for only £5.00. LONG TIME DEAD will be performing a headline set at the show, with support from local metal acts BURNT and MINUS ONE. A full U.K. tour will shortly follow, with European dates in the pipeline for 2005. The album was produced and engineered at Framework studios in Birmingham, England by Simon Reeves and Paul "Bag" Siddens, who have recorded CHARGER, NAPALM DEATH and RAZORWIRE, among many others.

Upcoming LONG TIME DEAD shows:

May 29 - The Sugarmill - Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent, UK
Jun. 12 - Club 2000 - Penzance, Cornwall, UK (w/ RAZORWIRE)


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