VICIOUS RUMORS: New Band Photos Posted Online

Long-running San Francisco Bay Area metallers VICIOUS RUMORS have posted brand-new band pictures at this location.

As previously reported, VICIOUS RUMORS recently signed a multi-album recording contract with Holland's Mascot Records. The group's first release for the label will be a DVD, entitled "Crushing the World - Part 1", due later this summer. Included on the disc will be footage of the band performing live at the Wacken Open Air and Bang Your Head festivals in Germany, tour clips from the 2002 European tour with SAVATAGE, clips from U.S. gigs in 2002 with AEROSMITH, SCORPIONS and DEATH ANGEL, three new, unreleased songs, and, as a special bonus, four MTV videos from the '90s featuring none other than the late, great Carl Albert and the old-school VICIOUS RUMORS lineup.


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