POST MORTEM: First Album, EP To Be Reissued

New Renaissance Records has announced the reissue of the first album from the Boston punk metal pioneers POST MORTEM, "Coroner's Office". The CD has been re-mastered and will also include the band's second release, 1987's "The Missing Link" EP, which was previously unavailable on CD. It's due out in time for "Coroner's...." 22nd birthday, early 2008.

POST MORTEM was formed on March 22, 1982, in the outskirts of Boston, Massachusetts. The definitive lineup was finally settled on in early 1985 consisting of John McCarthy (vocals), John Alexander (guitar), Mark Kelley (bass) and Rick McIver (drums).

For more information, visit www.myspace.com/postmortemtheoriginal.

POST MORTEM performing "Armies of the Dead" in 1987:

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