"some music was meant to stay underground..."

An update from Thorium: "We know that there has been a death like silence covering our Hell Brigade. But as I write this, we are in the process of writing new material for our 3. record, and getting ready to slaughter Germany, at this years Party San Open Air Festival. We have launched the new site, where you'll be able to get in on the latest gossip from Hells Department. A big hail goes to Brett Hoffmann, who dropped by our rehearse room, when having some ink done in Copenhagen. Brett actually did some backing vocals and a guitar lead (!!!) on our new promo. After the release of our new album, we received a lot of offers from other labels. But we decided in the end, to stay at Die Hard, as we feel, that they support us 100 %, and talks of touring EU, USA and Scandinavia are currently been discussed.

One of the reasons regarding the silence from our Hell brigade...

, is that Jesper Frost (Battery) has been spending some time in the shade, for violently assault and disorderly behavior. This is not the first time a member of Thorium is doing hard time. Old fans might recollect our former bassist Jakob “Bat” Hansen, who did time for assault with a deadly weapon. And the the last time I talked to him well….. his back in the “can” for thrashing his car and drunk driving. Since the departure of “Bat” we had a really hard time finding the right replacement, as all we tried out, simply couldn't follow our drunken style. But we been rehearsing for some time now with Rodriquez el Mordé from Mexican Legion Hammer Slaughter. Many of you diehard fans from the good old days will remember him for his fantastic involvement with Satan Corpse. We flew in Rodriquez, as he fits our profile perfectly. Having spent half his life in jail, and being a real drunken bastard, there was never any doubt."

Source: Tombstone

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