SACRED REICH's Phil Rind joined PHILIP H. ANSELMO & THE ILLEGALS, the project led by the former PANTERA and current DOWN/SUPERJOINT frontman, on stage this past Sunday, October 7 at Mexico's ForceFest to perform the PANTERA classic "I'm Broken". Fan-filmed video footage of his Rind's appearance can be seen below.
PHILIP H. ANSELMO & THE ILLEGALS' sophomore album, "Choosing Mental Illness As A Virtue", was released in January via Anselmo's Housecore Records in the U.S. and Season Of Mist in other parts of the world. The disc is the follow-up to PHILIP H. ANSELMO & THE ILLEGALS' debut, "Walk Through Exits Only", which came out in 2013 to mostly positive reviews.
As previously reported, SACRED REICH has recruited drummer Tim Radziwill as the temporary replacement for Greg Hall.
Hall announced his departure from SACRED REICH in January, explaining in a statement that he was fired "rather abruptly and by phone."
According to SACRED REICH frontman Phil Rind, Radziwill "has been playing drums on the demos" for the band's upcoming album.
This past January, it was announced that SACRED REICH had signed a new deal with Metal Blade Records. They are writing material for what will be their sixth album, and first since 1996's "Heal", for a tentative early 2019 release.
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