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Reunited Laaz Rockit Launch Official Web Site

Reunited San Francisco Bay Area thrashers LAAZ ROCKIT have launched their official web site at laazrockit.com. Coming soon from the band is a new home video featuring footage from the group's 2005 reunion tour, including material from the Dynamo Open Air festival and Effenaar club in Holland, the Thrash Against Cancer festival in San Francisco and the Japanese tour with TESTAMENT.

LAAZ ROCKET, formed in 1982, were a mainstay in the Bay Area thrash scene for nine years. In May 2005, the original lineup reunited for the first time since 1991 to play two shows with TESTAMENT, including the prestigious Dynamo Open Air festival in Holland. Their appearance at the Thrash Against Cancer benefit concert in July 2005 was their first U.S. show in over 14 years.

Source: Blackmetal.com

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1. old skool thrash! writes:

f*** YEAH!! laaz rockit r my fave thrashers ever!!!
please guys.. get ur official cds released.
i dont wanna get bootlegs from ebay!!
stay thrash!

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2. Yeah writes:

Yeah Laaz Rockit is the best thrash metal band for sure and my favourite band since I was young, THRASH TILL DEATH!

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3. THRASHER writes:

Yeah, this is the return of thrash metal!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! long live thrash!!

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