Original PANTERA vocalist Terrence Lee Glaze rejoined his ex-PANTERA bandmate Rex Brown (bass) on stage this past Saturday (April 17) at the debut gig from Brown's new project ARMS OF THE SUN to perform a couple of early PANTERA songs — "Come-On Eyes" from 1985's "I Am The Night" and "All Over Tonite" from 1984's "Projects In The Jungle". The concert, which was held at Lakewood Theater in Dallas, Texas, also featured special guest appearances by KING'S X frontman Doug Pinnick and SKID ROW guitarist/DOWN manager Dave "Snake" Sabo.
Watch fan-filmed video footage of the performance below.
ARMS OF THE SUN features in its ranks Rex Brown (PANTERA, DOWN) on bass, John Luke Hebert (KING DIAMOND) drums, Lance Harvill on vocals and guitar, and Ben Bunker (GRYN) on guitar.
ARMS OF THE SUN recently completed work on thirteen tracks that were produced and mixed by Terry Date (DEFTONES, PANTERA, SOUNDGARDEN). The material is set for release through Extreme Music, which provides class-A production music to all major networks and studios, ad agencies and production companies, including FOX, HBO, NBC, BBC, MTV, SKY, ABC, Discovery, Nickelodeon, Turner Entertainment Networks, Universal, Lions Gate, Miramax, Sony Pictures, Touchstone and Disney, to name a few.
ARMS OF THE SUN recorded the music, written by Lance Harvill, late last year at Willie Nelson's Pedernales Recording Studio in Austin. The project is executive-produced by Sir George Martin (THE BEATLES) and Mark Ross for the Grandmaster Series, which celebrates four of the world's top producers spanning from the '60s through the '90s, including Sir George himself, Terry Date, Jack Douglas (AEROSMITH),and Hugh Padgham (THE POLICE).