STEVE GRIMMETT'S GRIM REAPER is putting the finishing touches on a new live album that was recorded around Europe in 2010/2011. It will feature songs from the classic releases "See You In Hell" and "Fear No Evil" as well as other songs from the NWOBHM legends. A late 2011 release is expected.
In other news, STEVE GRIMMETT'S GRIM REAPER was recently added to Artists-Worldwide.com's roster alongside such legends as Michael Schenker (SCORPIONS, UFO, MSG), Paul Di'Anno (IRON MAIDEN), Lizzy Borden and many others. This will enable Grimmett to tour the U.S. coast to coast in March/April 2012, marking the first time Steve will have played a full GRIM REAPER set on U.S. soil in 25 years. The trek is tentatively scheduled to include 18 shows, with full details to be released in the near future.
Commented Steve: "I'm looking forward to getting out there as are my band members. It's been 25 years since I toured out there last. Maybe I'll get to see a few familiar faces! The live album is sounding great. Can't wait to get it released."
STEVE GRIMMETT'S GRIM REAPER will embark on a tour of Greece and Cyprus in November.
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