Capital Chaos has posted video footage of the reunited Little Rock, Arkansas-based Christian death/thrash/metalcore band LIVING SACRIFICE performing on May 29, 2008 at the Club Retro in Orangevale, California. Also on the bill were DEMON HUNTER, OH, SLEEPER, ADVENT and THE FAMINE. Watch the clip below.
LIVING SACRIFICE is currently supporting DEMON HUNTER on the "Stronger Than Hell Tour".
LIVING SACRIFICE, which formed in 1990, recorded six albums before breaking up in 2003. The band's current lineup features two founding members guitarist/singer Bruce Fitzhugh and drummer Lance Garvin along with bassist Arthur Green and ex-EVANESCENCE drummer Rocky Gray on guitar.
LIVING SACRIFICE's last release was the "In Memoriam" CD, which came out in 2005 via Solid State Records. The album was a "best of" colection containing three newly written and recorded songs by Lance Garvin, Rocky Gray and Bruce Fitzhugh, two tracks from each LIVING SACRIFICE album, plus "Enthroned", a 1998 re-recording of a song that originally appeared on 1992's "Nonexistent".
For more information, visit www.myspace.com/livingsacrifice.
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