Drummer Neil Farrington of the reunited British punk/thrash crossover band CEREBRAL FIX and old-school death metallers WARLORD UK passed away on December 20. He was 38 years old. A Facebook group has been set up by Neil's girlfriend for people to leave any thoughts/comments.

Poland's Metal Mind Productions re-released the debut album by WARLORD UK, "Maximum Carnage", in July 2009. The LP, which was originally made available in 1996 via Nuclear Blast Records, was remastered and was reissued with seven extra tracks, liner notes and previously unseen photos. The CD featured Dave Ingram (BENEDICTION, BOLT THROWER) on vocals.


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