BIOHAZARD Frontman Rushed To Hospital

BIOHAZARD bassist/vocalist Scott Roberts was rushed to the hospital prior to the kick-off concert of the band’s “Persistence Tour 2012” on Friday, January 20 in Deinze, Belgium. The group says, “After spending the whole day getting tests done to no avail, he checks himself out of the hospital to make the show just in time to KICK FUCKING ASS and help us blow the roof off of Deinze! That’s the crazy vegetarian hardcore dude he is! After the show, he’s rushed back to the hospital! Anyone else would had canceled the tour! SCOTT ROCKS!” The band adds, “Scott is still in the hospital, but judging by his hardcore spirit and having BIOHAZARD blood in his veins, he’ll beat this shit! Get ready, Oberhausen!!”

“Persistence Tour 2012”, which also includes SUICIDAL TENDENCIES, TERROR, WALLS OF JERICHO, LIONHEART and CRUSHING CASPARS, will play Oberhausen, Germany tonight before moving to Hamburg on Sunday.

BIOHAZARD‘s new album, “Reborn In Defiance”, was released in Europe yesterday (Friday, January 20) via Nuclear Blast Records.

Not only is “Reborn In Defiance” BIOHAZARD‘s first original lineup album in 18 years, but it also marks the last album recorded by the band before the departure of bassist and co-vocalist Evan Seinfeld. The effort remains a testament to the four founding members (Billy Graziadei, Bobby Hambel, Evan Seinfeld and Danny Schuler) and their unique chemistry.

Having last recorded and toured as the fundamental lineup with the release of “State Of The World Address” back in 1994, BIOHAZARD reformed with all four original members back in 2008 to commemorate the band’s 20th anniversary. They went back out on the road together over the next two years, during which time inspiration struck.

The legendary Toby Wright (ALICE IN CHAINS, METALLICA, SEVENDUST, KORN) was brought in to produce the 13-track “Reborn In Defiance”, which was recorded in Los Angeles.

BIOHAZARD bassist/vocalist Evan Seinfeld left the band in June 2011 after the band’s new CD was completed and was replaced by Roberts, who played on the band’s 2005 “Means To An End” album and has been part of the BIOHAZARD extended family since.

 

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