HELSTAR: 'Remnants Of War' Lineup Reunion Photos Posted Online

Stuf-TV show and San Antonio's longest standing metal institution "Robb's MetalWorks", have uploaded photos from their yearly event, the fourth annual "Robb's MetalWorks Showcase", at their official web site. This year's event marked the first reunion performance of the "Remnants of War" lineup of HELSTAR, but also included such reknown Texas talent as PHANTOM-X (with Kevin Goocher of OMEN), Dallas thrash legends ROTTING CORPSE, Austin black symphonic metal masters VESPERIAN SORROW and local San Antonio up-and-comers NO BALLADS. The gallery highlights not only performance photos, but video interviews completed at the event along with backstage shots. You can access the gallery directly at this location.

As with years past, "Robb's MetalWorks" will produce an episode dedicated to the event, which should see the light of day early in 2007.

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