INTRUDER: 'Escape From Pain' EP Reissued

Lost and Found Records has reissued a limited (500 copies), one-time pressing of the rare INTRUDER "Escape from Pain" EP, which has been completely remixed and remastered by original producer Tom Harding. Recorded in 1990 as a way for the Tennessee-based metal group to get back on the road to play live, the original Metal Blade pressing itself was made available in limited numbers and has become quite a collector's item. This fully licensed release from Metal Blade Records features extra liner notes and song commentary from drummer John Pieroni.

Like many other thrash bands, INTRUDER faded away in the early Nineties, reforming in 2002 for a few shows and metal fests, according to BNR Metal Pages. Their best album is probably 1991's "Psycho Savant".

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