The instrumental song soundtracks new independent film starring Cro-Mags’ Harley Flanagan and Sopranos actor Michael Imperioli.
Gale was the lead vocalist of the acclaimed Texas thrash metal band.
The bassist played with the New York hardcore legends in the late 80s, appearing on 1987’s Liberty & Justice For… album.
Ice-T and company revisit the 2017 track, as it closely relates to current events.
The 11-song set was recorded in May 2018 at Neumos in Seattle.
Band members shot the video on cell phones while in quarantine during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Mr. Bungle / Faith No More singer teams with the original S.O.D. members of the crossover thrash song.
From the band’s first album in 20 years.
Watch as Scott Ian, Charlie Benante, and Dan Lilker rock out on “March of the S.O.D.”
The hardcore legends’ new LP, In the Beginning, is out June 19th.
Body Count, led by frontman Ice-T, are back with their seventh album, Carnivore.
The one-time D.R.I. bassist’s death was reported by founding guitarist Spike Cassidy.