The original lineup of INSMOUTH, Bulgaria's most influential crossover band, will reunite for a performance at Tangra Mega Rock radio's fourth birthday party on March 24, 2010 at Universiada Hall in Sofia. Also scheduled to appear are ER MALUK and ODD CREW.
Before going on an indefinite hiatus in autumn 2003, INSMOUTH enjoyed a triumphant five-year career, establishing itself as a legendary outfit on the undergound scene. The band released two albums — "3D Freak Accelerator" (1999) and "Cross Over The Crossover" (2002) — as well as the "Lara-Croft" EP (2000), with tracks like "Shakalakamuthafaka", "Despair", "Sexulted" and "Freak" becoming firm fan favourites.
INSMOUTH built a solid reputation as a formidable live act, supporting the likes of SOULFLY, SUICIDAL TENDENCIES, ANTHRAX and PYOGENESIS, as well as touring Germany and playing the Sziget Festival in Budapest.
In 2003 guitarist Vihar Tsonchev married a Brazilian sports reporter and went to live in Brazil, while vocalist Stiff formed a new band called REDRUM. This spelled the end of the road for INSMOUTH... until now!
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