Acclaimed Florida metallers NASTY SAVAGE have reformed and recorded two brand new songs for a forthcoming Crook'd Records "rare tracks"-style CD, due later in the year.
The line-up that recorded the group's final full-length release, 1989's Penetration Point — "Nasty" Ronnie Galetti (vocals), Ben Meyer (guitar), David Austin (guitar), Richard Bateman (bass), and Curtis Beeson (drums) — entered Tampa's Red Room studios several weeks ago with engineer Mark Praeter to lay down the tracks "Sardonic Mosaic" and "Wage of Mayhem" for inclusion on the as-yet-untitled CD (one possible title: Wage of Mayhem Pt. 1), which will also feature the four songs contained on the band's classic Wage Of Mayhem (1984) demo: "Unchained Angel", "Savage Desire", "Witches Sabbath", and "XXX".
At this time, there are no concrete plans for the band to partake in a full-fledged reunion. However, a possibility exists that the group will record a new full-length album in a few months' time, according to Meyer, who is set to embark on a six-week US tour with his new band LOWBROW (also featuring Bateman) sometime in September/October.
For more information on frontman Galetti's recent non-music-related activities, click here.
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