08:11 - Mr. Strawberry Good ! Enuff z'nuff is releasing a new album in Dec. I'm expecting something which is unexpected. Chip is the only old member left, "Strength" is still one of my best album in 90's as Donnie's vocals are damn good.
06:18 - Fearmeister Its very different. They moved away from the black metal sound and embraced a synth heavy occult metal style. Im really digging it
06:10 - Verdun_sc Zemial guy and the main guy are brothers, in fact! I hope that Agatus is as good as the first two from Agatus.
06:01 - Fearmeister Its actually an old band that just put something out in 14 years. Zemial guy is one of the two members and you can see the influence
04:46 - Apothecary Is that Agatus a new band involving the Zemial guy or something?
The classical line-up of Cancer, consisting of singer and rhythm guitarist John Walker, drummer Carl Stokes, bassist Ian Buchanan and lead guitarist Barry Savage, will reunite in order to help promote the re-release of their first trio of albums by Cyclone Empire Records. It has not been confirmed which festivals the band will appear at, though it has been stated that they will only be playing material from the three early albums.
The band comments: "Through persistent demand from Cancer fans and a process of gang pressing we're happy to announce a reformation of the classic line-up, John Walker (vocals, guitar), Carl Stokes (drums), Ian Buchanan (bass) and Barry Savage (guitar), to promote our first three albums (1990's To The Gory End, 1991's Death Shall Rise, 1993's The Sins Of Mankind) which are being re-released by Cyclone Empire records later this year. Check us out when we play the festivals and remember to hold on to your bollocks!"
The band, formed in a pub in Telford, Shropshire back in 1988, were among the first British death metal bands, and one of the first to be signed for international distribution. Their second studio album, Death Shall Rise, has been ranked as one of the best albums of early death metal.