Reunited Thrashers HALLOWS EVE To Release New Single

Reunited Atlanta-based thrashers HALLOWS EVE will be issuing a new single, "Evil Offerings", later this month. The single, the group's first official release in 16 years, features founding members Tommy Stewart on bass and vocals, and Skullator on guitar and lead vocals, along with Brandon Ottinger on guitar and Dane Jensen on drums.

"Evil Offerings" contains the following cuts:

01. Technicolour Roadkill

Described by the band as "simply fast and intense," this cut features Tommy Stewart on lead vocals.

02. Looking Glass

This song, which features Skullator on lead vocals, "gives a sample of the diversity of the band by adding his death metal influences," according to a press release. "The band felt the need to expand their sound to touch several aspects of metal, but stay based in the classic horror themes with a tendency towards a message of personal strength with an aggressive attitude..."

HALLOWS EVE will be on the air Friday night, Sept. 3, playing the new single and taking questions and comments from fans on "WREKage", a metal radio show on WREK 91.1 in Atlanta, Georgia, which is also simulcast on the Internet. HALLOWS EVE will also be promoting their "Single Release Party", which is scheduled to take place Friday, Sept. 17 at The Masquerade in Atlanta, GA, performing after DEICIDE.

The "WREKage" show runs from 10 p.m. until 6 a.m. Eastern Time. The phone number is 404-894-2468 and the web site is or

For more information, contact the band through their web site at


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