SOLITUDE AETURNUS mainman John Perez will join reunited '80s thrash band ROTTING CORPSE for a few tracks during their live appearance at Division One in Arlington, Texas on Saturday, May 28.
Perez was an original member of the Texas-based band, whose lineup also includes former DEATH touring guitarist/roadie Walter Trachsler.
ROTTING CORPSE have just released their "Demos" CD, containing the four demos recorded by the group between 1986 and 1990.
The "Demos" CD was released with a limited edition pressing of 100 that contain a separate one-sided ROTTING CORPSE skull logo insert that has been signed by past and present members, including the four original members (Perez, Trachsler, Jim "Slo Moe" Mulqueen and David Gryder).
The Memorial Day Massacre Tour supporting the release of the "Demos" CD will consist of the following dates:
May 27 - Houston, TX @ The Meridian
May 28 - Arlington, TX @ Division One
May 29 - Austin, TX @ Big Dog Saloon (aka Bigsbys 505 E. 6th Street)
The limited edition CD and new merchandise will be available for purchase at all shows. To obtain a copy of the limited-edition "Demos" disc online, please visit RottingCorpse.net.
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