If you have not picked up a copy of this truly Limited Edition Tribute CD Get yours now!

Roxx Records and the Christian Metal Realm are very excited to announce the details on their long in the works, highly anticipated tribute album celebrating the 25th Anniversary of Southern California Christian Thrash legends Deliverance!

‘Temporary Insanity – A Salute to Deliverance’ is set for release this August and hosts a variety of artists paying tribute to the band, some current, some past and even some special reunions all came together to lay down tracks for the disc! Including current and former members of bands such as The Crucified, Vengeance Rising, Deliverance and Hirax just to name a few. And special reunions from Oil and Eternal Decision all coming together just to contribute tracks for this project!

Arttie Parker owner of the Christian Metal Realm says “This CD started out in our online forum well over a year ago when some of the bands that frequent the board wanted to do a few tribute songs to ‘D’, then I started talking with Bill over at Roxx Records about it and it morphed in to a full on tribute CD with tons of artists in the mainstream Thrash and Christian Metal scenes all wanting to contribute to this project and give props to Deliverance as you can easily see by looking at the list of bands and artists we have lined up!”

Disc 1 Track Listing

Deliverance – Flesh & Blood (A 25th Anniversary Special Re-recording)

Deliverance – In U ( A 25th Anniversary Special Re-recording)

Oil – Attack (featuring Ron Rinehart, Blake Nelson, Jason Vanderpal & James ‘JJ’  Jenkins)

Applehead / Fasedown – Belltown (w/ Greg Minear, Michael Phillips, Jim Chaffin & Tim Kronyak)

Lambs Among Wolves – Greetings of Death (w/ Glen Rogers, Daniel Cordova& Roy Z)

Stricken – No Time

P / C / W – What a joke (Michael Phillips, Jim Chaffin, Scott Waters, Tim Kronyak)

Grave Robber – Awake

Ghostemple – If we faint not (features Josh Kramer of Saint & the members of Templar)

Faith Factor – Weapons of our warfare

Whisper from Heaven – Anymore

Venia – Desperate Cries

Days of Affliction – River Disturbance

Grave Forsaken – Bought by blood

Eternal Decision – Belltown (Marking the first time the band has recorded since they disbanded)

Not enough for you? Check out the Second disc with even MORE Salutes to Deliverance including a previously unreleased Deliverance track called ‘The Hunger and the Thirst’.

Disc 2 Track Listing

Deliverance – Hunger and the thirst (Previously Unreleased)

Oil – Screaming (featuring Ron Rinehart, Blake Nelson, Jason Vanderpal & James ‘JJ’ Jenkins)

The Sacrificed – Slay the wicked

Krig – Weapons of our warfare

Coriolis – What a Joke

Leper – The Call

Unforsaken – Stay of execution

Crucible Divine – Ramming Speed

Walk on Water – Learn

Visions of Reality – Blood of the covenant

Saint Spirit – Prophets of Idiocy

Bloodpaid – Words to the…

Bi-Polar Echo – The Call

Incarnate – Victory

Pastor Brad – A space called you

Available now at www.roxxproductions.com

The CD is just one of several 25th Anniversary celebration items lined up for Deliverance this year, and if you missed their 25th Anniversary special performance at Up From The Ashes 3 in Southern California you can still catch them for one last performance this year live at Nordic Fest in Norway! http://www.nordicfest.no/

Also watch in 2011 for a special remastered edition of the classic Deliverance CD ‘What a Joke!’ coming to you from Intense Millennium Records!

www.intensemillennium.com

Roxx Productions

www.roxxproductions.com

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