EXUMER To Play First Post-Reunion Show At Germany's KEEP IT TRUE XII Festival

April 4, 2008

German cult thrashers EXUMER will play their first post-reunion show at the Keep it True XII festival, which is scheduled to be held April 25-26, 2009, in Germany. The concert will mark the band's debut appearance with vocalists Mem V. Stein and Paul Arakaki performing together live on stage for the first time. EXUMER will play a full set featuring songs from the band's first two albums and new material.

EXUMER is currently working on its official web site where additional live dates and new demo tracks will be posted.

Commented Mem V. Stein (also of New York City thrashers SUN DESCENDS): "The reactions for the reunion had been fantastic and it appears that it was the right decision for us to reform the band. It is now up to us not to disappoint the fans who are waiting to see us live and hear the new material. We are forging ahead with the same conviction we had in the 1980s, and I can promise that the fans won't be let down. We will not in any way jeopardize the band's cult status and release new, sub par material that does not compare to the energy displayed on our recordings from the '80s or lacks the technical standards of today's playing/productions."

EXUMER is planning on releasing a new studio album sometime in 2009. In addition, the band's first two LPs will be reissued.

SUN DESCENDS' new album, titled "The Entropy Formula", will be released on Khaosmaster Productions in April and on Twilight distribution in fall 2008.

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