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Hirax Drummer Returns To The Fold

According to a posting on his web site, drummer Fabricio Ravelli will rejoin Los Angeles thrashers HIRAX for their upcoming European tour which will kick off on Thursday, September 20 in the Netherlands. Prior to the European trek, HIRAX — with Fabricio behind the kit — will perform at The Vault 350 in Long Beach, California tonight (Saturday, September 15). Also appearing on the bill in Long Beach are SADISTIC INTENT and TRANSMETAL.

Upcoming HIRAX shows:

Sep. 15 - The Vault 350 - Long Beach, CA
Sep. 20 - Goudvishal - Amsterdam, Netherlands
Sep. 21 - Vera - Groningen, Netherlands
Sep. 22 - Bam - Wattrelos, France
Sep. 23 - MTC - Köln, Germany
Sep. 24 - Darkside - Berlin, Germany
Sep. 25 - Balroom - Hamburg, Germany
Sep. 26 - Labor - Hannover, Germany
Sep. 27 - [to be announced] - Poland
Sep. 28 - Rock City - Uster, Switzerland
Sep. 29 - Metalforces Festival - Lörach, Germany

Fabricio left HIRAX in April 2007.

Poland's Selfmadegod Records released the five-song mini-album from HIRAX, entitled "Assassins of War", in March.

Recorded at Shiva Industries in Santa Ana, CA with producer John Haddad, the mini-album was released in the United States via HIRAX's own label Black Devil Records and Deep Six Records.

"The artwork for both the CD and the 12" vinyl version is incredible," vocalist Katon W. De Pena said. "Jeff Gaither did the artwork. He has drawn album covers for the legendary punk/hardcore band THE ACCUSED, along with many others. HIRAX is some of his best work for sure."

Source: Blabbermouth

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