THE HUMAN CONDITION, the Arizona-based band featuring former SACRED REICH guitarist Wiley Arnett, will release its new album, "From the Cell", on August 12. Two tracks from the forthcoming CD — "The Missing" and "Wounded" — are available for streaming on the group's MySpace page.
THE HUMAN CONDITION will open for the reunited SACRED REICH on July 21 at the Venue of Scottsdale in Scottsdale, Arizona.
The original lineup of SACRED REICH — Phil Rind (bass, vocals), Wiley Arnett (lead guitar), Jason Rainey (rhythm guitar) and Greg Hall (drums) — will reunite for several shows in Europe this summer, including an appearance at the Wacken Open Air festival on August 4. The band has also lined up two "warm-up" dates in Arizona.
Metal Blade Records released a three-disc deluxe reissue of SACRED REICH's "Ignorance" and "Surf Nicaragua" on June 15 (Germany, Austria, Switzerland) and June 18 (rest of Europe). Two CDs are included in the package (both remastered!) as well as a bonus DVD. The package includes liner notes by Rind and Malcom Dome (Classic Rock, Metal Hammer, Total Rock Radio) and an extensive booklet with loads of previously unpublished photos.
For more information on the reissues, click here.
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