VIO-LENCE Acquire Rights To Classic Debut, Seek Out Licensing Deal

Reunited San Francisco Bay Area thrashers VIO-LENCE have acquired the rights to the group's classic 1988 debut release, Eternal Nightmare (originally issued through Mechanic/MCA Records), and are looking to license it to a label for re-release in the coming months. A possibility of a double-CD package containing a live recording made during the band's appearance at Slim's in San Francisco on December 14th, 2001 is currently being discussed. In other news, VIO-LENCE's 1991 EP, Torture Tactics, will reportedly be reissued shortly through the Megaforce label.


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