ASSASSIN: First-Ever Official Video Posted Online

Reactivated German thrashers ASSASSIN have posted their first official video, for the song "Assassin", featuring live footage shot during 2005-2007. Watch it below.

As previously reported, ASSASSIN is featured on the benefit compilation "Operation: United Forces" along with such bands such as H8 INC, CAUGHT IN A TRAP, GORILLA WARFARE, WISDOM IN CHAINS, SICK OF SOCIETY, NORMAN BATES & THE SHOWERHEADS and OBSCENE GESTURE. The cover artwork was created by the "brilliant" Craig Holloway. More information is available at this location.

ASSASSIN is busy writing and recording material for its next CD. The band is looking for a new record label to release the new album as well as to reissue the classic LPs "The Upcoming Terror", "Interstellar Experience" and "The Club".

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