After nearly 15 years of silence, Texas crossover thrash/hardcore band DEAD HORSE played a reunion show in Houston on October 22 at the Warehouse Live. 

DEAD HORSE’s debut, “Horsecore: An Unrelated Story That’s Time Consuming”, came out in 1989. A follow-up effort, “Peace Death and Pretty Flowers”, was released in 1991.

Abyss Records is reissuing the long-out-of-print “Boil(ing)” LP from DEAD HORSE. Limited to 1,000 copies on transparent-with-red-and-black-splatter 180-gram vinyl, it comes with a 18-inch-by-24-inch poster, four-inch vinyl sticker and free download card. Get your copy here.

Since disbanding in 1996, the raging tones of DEAD HORSE have never stopped ringing in the ears of the faithful and now the group is back to show a new generation of maniacs what true thrash is all about.