VITAL REMAINS Issue Post-Tour Update

VITAL REMAINS have posted the following message on their official web site:

"We would like to thank all the fans who came out and supported us on The God Killers Return tour! We had the best time hanging out with everyone and it was very successful tour. DEICIDE were awesome and we want to thank Glen [Benton], Steve [Asheim], Ralph [Santolla] and Jack [Owen] for some great and funny times. Glen proved he could do both bands every night. Much respect bro!! We would also like to thanks Ben, Damien and everyone in DESOLATION for all their help and support!! Thanks so much! You guys kill!!! And to Dan and everyone in CREMATORIUM, you guys showed every night what it's about....the local scene, the underground, 'The Music and the fans!!!' Metal fucking hails to you all!!!! And to all the bands we shared the stage with. Metal hails to you as well!!!"

VITAL REMAINS recently issued "Horrors of Hell", a compilation of demos/rare tracks recorded between 1989 and 1991, performed by the group's pre-Glen Benton (DEICIDE) lineup.


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