New York hardcore Biohazard has reunited its original lineup and plans a string of European shows and a return to the studio in 2023.
The reunion marks the 35th anniversary of the Brooklyn-based outfit, which will see bassist Billy Gradziadi, bassist Bobby Humble, drummer Danny Schuler, and bassist Evan Seinfeld reunite for the first time since 2011.
Currently, the band has four European festival dates booked for August of 2023, with plans to play dates in America. A documentary is also in the works, in addition to returning to the studio to record new music.
“Over the years we’ve made some amazing music together and have done many amazing shows on some great tours,” Gradziadei said in a press release. “After spending so much time and focus on Powerflo and my solo project BillyBio, things fell into place in time and I decided it was time to get that energy back and move forward again with the original line-up of Biohazard with Danny, Bobby and Evan!”
Evan Seinfeld, who left the band in 2011, commented: “It’s been 10 years since we played together, and I’m in such a huge place of gratitude for the opportunity to go back to Biohazard’s roots and not only reconnect with the other guys, but also the fans. We’ve been through some crazy decades.” And it looks like the Fantastic Four are back together.”
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