GRAVEYARD RODEO: Reunion Show Planned?

Legendary Lousiana hardcore/metal pioneers GRAVEYARD RODEO, who once featured in their ranks current CORROSION OF CONFORMITY guitarist/vocalist Pepper Keenan, are said to be planning a reunion show in early 2005, possibly in February at Dixie Tavern in New Orleans.

GRAVEYARD RODEO released a debut album, "Sowing Discord In the Haunts of Man", through Century Media in 1993 and followed it up with a European tour before breaking up. Founding member Tommy Scanlan (bass) eventually recruited a mostly new lineup for the "On the Verge" album (1994), and the band retired for good soon afterwards. Vocalist Mark Brignac, who appeared on "On the Verge", has since joined forces with Kirk Windstein (DOWN, CROWBAR) and Sid Montz (ex-CROWBAR) in VALUME NOB.


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