Deliverance frontman Jimmy P. Brown talks in a new video update about the progress on the upcoming album, he also announced the return of Glenn Rogers (Heretic, Hirax, Steel Vengeance, Vengeance Rising, Die Happy). Glenn was also part of the band in the early years (1987–1989). The entire video can be watched below.
And check out the other video, during Glenn‘s lunch break at work he practiced his guitar skills for the big D.
Recently we talked with Glenn, he talked about his musical career, his new heavy/thrash metal band Final Decree, the upcoming debut album and much more. Check out the interview here.
Deliverance was founded by Jimmy P. Brown II in 1985, many members have either stayed in the lineup for a number of years, or left and returned to the lineup. Jimmy P. Brown II has been the only persistent member of Deliverance. Initially, the band played thrash metal band which later shifted more towards heavy metal and progressive metal.
Since then they have released 10 studio albums, 3 complication and 2 live albums.
Deliverance latest studio album “Hear What I Say!” has been released December 10th. 2013 via 3 Frogz Records and Roxx Records.
The current line-up is: Jimmy P. Brown II – rhythm guitar, lead vocals, Glenn Rogers – lead guitar, Jim Chaffin – drums, Victor Macias – bass
Our review for “Hear What I Say!” can be found here.
At work on lunch break.
Geplaatst door Glenn Rogers op zaterdag 9 september 2017
Video for Deliverance Update