LAAZ ROCKIT: Signed Copies Of New Album To Be Made Available Next Week

Reactivated San Francisco Bay Area metallers LAAZ ROCKIT will release their new album, "Left for Dead", on July 25 via Germany's Massacre Records. A limited-edition signed version of the CD, which was produced by former LAAZ ROCKIT member Scott Sargeant (who also makes a guest appearance) and Juan Urteaga, will become available in the U.S. on June 1 for a limited time only on the band's MySpace page and/or official web site.

"Left for Dead" track listing:

01. Brain Wash
02. Delirium Void
03. Erased
04. My Euphoria
05. Ghost In The Mirror
06. Turmoil
07. Liar
08. Desolate Oasis
09. No Man
10. Outro

Two songs from the CD "Brain Wash" and "Liar" are available for streaming on the band's MySpace page.

A record-release party is scheduled for August 23 at Betty's Rock Bar in Walnut Creek, California.

LAAZ ROCKIT's 1984 album "City's Gonna Burn" was reissued in May 2007 through Old School Metal Records. All songs were remastered by Colin Davis at Imperial Mastering.

A trailer for LAAZ ROCKIT's "Live Untold" DVD can be viewed on YouTube.

"Live Untold" was produced by Ace Cook and was released on August 15, 2006 via Old School Metal Records.

LAAZ ROCKET, who formed in 1982, was a mainstay in the Bay Area thrash scene for nine years. In May 2005, the original lineup reunited for the first time since 1991 to play two shows with TESTAMENT, including the prestigious Dynamo Open Air festival in Holland. Their appearance at the Thrash Against Cancer benefit concert in July 2005 was their first U.S. show in over 14 years.

Video footage of LAAZ ROCKIT performing on April 13, 2007 at Dynamo club in Eindhoven, The Netherlands can be viewed below.


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