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UK Thrash Documentary, "History of A Time To Come" In The Works

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A new documentary examining the thrash metal scene in the United Kingdom has recently been announced, entitled, "History Of A Time To Come," which takes it's name from the debut album by Sabbat. A recent post about the documentary by Lawnmower Deth guitarist Concorde Faceripper reads as follows:

"I'm pleased to announce that Lawnmower Deth have recently spent a few fun filled hours being interviewed for a new documentary about the UK thrash scene.

"The kind fellows at A History Of A Time To Come - The Story Of UK Thrash invited us to Leeds to be filmed for a new project which will aim to document the history of the UK thrash scene and will include live footage of past and present UK thrash bands interlaced with interviews with bands from each era.

"We have to say that we are honoured to be involved in the project and we urge you all to check out the teaser which is online now (see below) and keep an eye out for the official website launch on April 18th.

"You can also check out the official Facebook page here.

"The more support these guys get the better the documentary will be, so have a look and feel free to send them suggestions for bands that you want to see covered!

"Also, don't forget that we are playing at the Redemption in Derby on May 28th... all are welcome!

"Oh, we may also have something else up our sleeve and if it comes off you will not want to miss us at Bloodstock!

"All I can say for now is... we're not worthy!!!"

Bands confirmed for the documentary include Lawnmower Deth, Evile, Mutant, Xentrix, Pitiful Reign, Toranga and D.A.M. More bands will be announced shortly.

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