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Ultimatum

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Formed: 1992
From: Albuquerque, NM, United States
Last Known Status: Active

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Roxx Records Announces Thrash Compilation

Roxx Records and Metal for a Dark World Records have teamed up to bring you a very special compilation that will thrash the denim and leather right off of you: "Thrashmageddon Volume 1." The track listing is as follows:

1. Deliverance – The Annals of Subterfuge (from the forthcoming album ‘Hear What I Say’)
2. Join the Dead – Idol Faith
3. Ultimatum – Blood on a Thousand Hills
4. Tsavo Inc. – Immunodeficiency
5. Boarders – IV Reich
6. Kyrius – Cara a Cara (Face to Face) (Previously Unreleased)
7. Step Cousin – Bitter Reminder
8. Disaffection – Prepare to Die (Previously Unreleased)
9. Divulgence – The Swarm of Eden
10. Last Rites – Wisdom of Job
11. Puritan – Faixa De Gaza
12. Supresion – Total Thrashing
13. Truster – A.C.D. (Attack Against The Devil)
14. Temple of Blood – Fearsome Warrior (Remastered)
15. Spirit’s Breeze – Another Day
16. ESDRASH – Suicidio N.E.L.S
17. Moshketeers – Internal Torment (Previously Unreleased)

Roxx Records also comments: "There you have it 17 rock your face off, metal melting thrashterpieces! And if you noticed the last track is a Long Lost never before released classic track from one of the best underground thrash bands in the scene back in the late 80’s, none other than the Moshketeers! This album will be available in a strictly Limited Edition one time only pressing CD and digital versions in November 26, 2013!"

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Dead City Records Releasing Out Of Print Albums

Earlier this week New York-based DIY hardcore punk record label, Dead City Records, digitally released eight rare, out-of-print European hardcore albums from Right Direction, One Night Stand, and more for the first time ever. Today two additional releases from Right Direction and M-Town Rebels see their digital debut and have hit the iTunes store: Right Direction’s "To Right The Wrong" the M-Town Rebels compilation "Always The First To Have A Beer."

All 10 now-digitally-available hardcore releases come courtesy of the various musical endeavors of European hardcore front man, Dave Reumers, over the course of more than a decade. Commented, Reumers, “This music was released between 1989 and 2002. I’ve wasted half my life screaming nonsense into a mic thinking I was Mick Jagger, but I wouldn't have done it any other way. I’m glad I was part of this and I was lucky to be in so many bands that helped spread the hardcore, punk, and metal sound throughout Europe in the early days. If you still dig our music in this day and age there’s no hope for you anymore. Enjoy!”

Added Dead City Records owner, John Franko, “Right Direction CDs and LPs have been out-of-print and impossible to find for years, and it is an honor for me to make these releases available digitally for the first time ever. As one of the forefathers of the European Hardcore Movement, Right Direction and all bands related to the M-Town Holland scene have always provided us with top notch music. While taking influences from early American punk, hardcore, and metal bands, I always found Right Direction ahead of their time when it came to talented musicianship and amazing vocals and lyrics. Truly a diverse band and am amazing group of guys I am proud to call my friends.”

The full digitally released back catalogue is:

RIGHT DIRECTION - How Many More Lies
RIGHT DIRECTION - All Of A Sudden
RIGHT DIRECTION - Echoes From The Past
RIGHT DIRECTION – To Right The Wrong
RIGHT DIRECTION - Beyond The Beyonds
WARZONE / RIGHT DIRECTION - Live In Europe 1995
VARIOUS COMPILATION - M-Town Rebels - Always The First To Have A Beer
VARIOUS COMPILATION - M-Town Rebels II - Among The Angels
ONE NIGHT STAND - One Life For The Family
ULTIMATUM - Whispers Of A Wanted Man

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