CRUMBSUCKERS: Reunion Show Photos Posted Online
Legendary New York hardcore/metal act CRUMBSUCKERS reunited for a special show last night (Thursday, August 3) at B.B. King Blues Club & Grill in New York City to mark the 20th anniversary of their classic "Life of Dreams" release. Original members Meskil, Chris Notaro (vocals), Chuck Lenihan (guitar GENITORTURERS), and Dan Richardson (drums LIFE OF AGONY, PRO-PAIN, STEREOMUD) were accompanied by PRO-PAIN's Tom Klimchuck during the concert, which featured support from SUBZERO, IRONBOUND NYC (featuring members of SICK OF IT ALL, KILLING TIME, MAXIMUM PENALTY, STRAIGHT AHEAD and NAUSEA) and CAR BOMB. Check out pictures at this location.
CRUMBSUCKERS released two full-length albums through the Combat label — 1986's "Life of Dreams" and 1988's "Beast On My Back" — before finally calling it a day in the early Nineties. Several members embarked on a melodic metal venture called HEAVY RAIN, but that band was short-lived. The rhythm section of Meskil and Richardson went on to PRO-PAIN, while Chuck Lenihan ended up with GENITORTURERS.
(Thanks: Linda Aversa)
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