Reunited MILITIA: Austin Footage Available

Video footage of reunited Texas heavy metallers MILITIA performing the song "Regiments Of Death" on December 7, 2008 at Red 7 Club in Austin, Texas can be viewed below (clip uploaded by "stoneagelightning").

MILITIA played its first show in 22 years on December 5, 2008 at the Rockstar Sports Bar in Fort Worth, Texas. Check out photos at this location.

Available now on the Forged In Fire (Rockadrome) label is "Released", a collection of '80s recordings from MILITIA. The CD contains the classic "Regiments Of Death" demo, tracks from the infamous "Sybling" EP and more dusty ancient relics! "Released" features a 24-page color booklet with band history, tons of photos and liner notes.

"Released" track listing:

01. Metal Axe
02. Search For Steel
03. Regiments of Death
04. Objective: Termination
05. Salem Square
06. The Sybling
07. Talking To The Stone
08. No Submission
09. Thrash To Destroy
10. Onslaught
11. Objective: Termination (live)
12. Regiments Of Death (live)

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