Lääz Rockit Biography
Lääz Rockit are a thrash metal band formed in San Francisco, California in 1982. Although one of the lesser-known groups of the Bay Area thrash metal scene, each album in their history has received high critical marks. One of their signature elements were Ibanez guitars adorned with elaborate airbrushed scenes of warfare. The band broke up in the early 1990s but made some concert appearances in 2005, including a local benefit concert and 2 shows in the Netherlands and Japan. According to the group, there will never be another studio album; however, a DVD titled "Live Untold" was released in August 2006. Due to the fans' positive response regarding the band's April 2007 dates and the sales of their DVD "Live Untold", reactivated San Francisco Bay Area metallers Lääz Rockit have decided to commence work on a new album for a 2007 or early 2008 release. This announcement reverses the group's earlier decision not to release any new material under the Lääz Rockit name. The band also announced that their back catalogue would be re released and remastered, however Nothing'$ $acred was not mentioned for a re release. On May 27th 2008, the band posted two new songs from their upcoming release Left for Dead on their Myspace page. the new album is set to be released on the German label Massacre Records on the 27th of July 2008. Current or former members have also played in Heathen , Angel Witch , Vicious Rumors , Slough Feg , Pro-Pain , Skinlab , Soulfly , Ill Niño and M.O.D. The group takes its name from the finale of the 1976 Clint Eastwood movie, The Enforcer.