GAMMACIDE: 'Victims of Science' Reissue To Include Bonus Tracks

Texas thrashers GAMMACIDE will reissue their 1990 LP "Victims of Science" this October. Bonus tracks will include their four-song 1991 demo, plus two newly recorded tracks, "Against the Grain" and "Vapor Lock". Excerpts from both songs can be downloaded at

"Victims of Science" has been out of print for many years, and was never officially released on CD. The packaging will remain faithful to the original vinyl release, including all lyrics and vintage photos.

In conjunction with the CD release, GAMMACIDE will be playing a series of gigs towards the end of the year. Their first show will prove to be a memorable one, since they are sharing the stage with two other reunited Texas metal bands from the '80s: RIGOR MORTIS and ROTTING CORPSE! This onslaught of classic Texas thrash hits the Axis Club in Fort Worth on October 29, 2005. Advance tickets are on sale now and can be purchased at


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