RUFFIANS To Reunite For Germany's BANG YOUR HEAD Festival

RUFFIANS, the band that featured in its ranks late VICIOUS RUMORS frontman Carl Albert, will be reuniting for the first time in 15 years for Germany's Bang Your Head Festival on June 25-26. Other bands set to appear at the festival include ALICE COOPER, QUEENSRĊ¸CHE, UFO, ANTHRAX, TESTAMENT and DEATH ANGEL. The band will also play the festival's "warm-up" club show with DEATH ANGEL on June 24.

RUFFIANS will be supporting TESTAMENT at The Roadhouse in Sacramento on Friday May 28. This will most likely be the only RUFFIANS U.S. date this year. Check out for more details on this show.

Craig Behrhorst (guitar, background vocals) and Chris Atchison (guitar, background vocals) will be on 107.7 FM The Bone's "Metal Zone" this Friday, May 21 between 9:00 p.m. and midnight to play some tunes off the band's newly released CD and collectors vinyl now available on Hellion Records. These re-releases include previously unreleased live and studio tracks. Listen to the show live on the Internet at this location.


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