SOULSTORM Reunion Show Scheduled For Next Week

Lead singer/bassist Nick Sagias of Toronto's SOULSTORM has issued the following update:

"Turns out SOULSTORM will be doing a reunion show on Aug. 9 in Toronto at the Fun Haus with the reunited MONSTER VOODOO MACHINE. So far there are no plans to write, record or release any new material... We will be playing tracks off all three CDs — 'Darkness Visible', 'From Euphoria To Paranoia' and the EP 'Under the Killing Sun'. The lineup for the show will be myself on bass and vocals, Jr (guitar), John Sagias (drums) and special guest guitarist Mark Watts (DARK LEGION). Besides Mark, these are the members who have been a constant throughout the band's lineup. There may be a plan to release a recording of the show for an upcoming split 10" — but that is all tentative."

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