STEVE GRIMMETT'S GRIM REAPER Confirmed For Italy's PLAY IT LOUD IV Festival
STEVE GRIMMETT'S GRIM REAPER has been confirmed for the Play it Loud IV festival, set to take place September 26, 2009. Singer Steve Grimmett says, "The venue is to be confirmed but will be in Bologna. This is a true metal festival that keeps the spirit of classic heavy rock and metal alive. The show will be exclusive to Italy for 2009 so make sure you get your tickets early."
STEVE GRIMMETT'S GRIM REAPER's current touring lineup:
Steve Grimmett (LIONSHEART, SEVEN DEADLY SINS, ONSLAUGHT) - Vocals
Ian Nash (LIONSHEART, SEVEN DEADLY SINS) - Guitar
Pete Newdeck (PAUL DI'ANNO'S KILLERS) - Drums
Ritchie Walker - Bass
The back catalog from GRIM REAPER was reissued in Japan in October 2008 via RCA/BMG. "See You in Hell" (1984), "Fear No Evil" (1985) and "Rock You to Hell" (1987) feature JVC K2 24-bit remastering and are available for order at this location.
Fan-filmed video footage of STEVE GRIMMETT'S GRIM REAPER performing the song "See You In Hell" in Madrid, Spain in 2008 can be viewed below.
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