Living Sacrifice Delays Documentary Premiere

The great and mighty Living Sacrifice have delayed the premiere of their upcoming documentary titled 30 Years of Sacrifice.

The premiere, which would feature performances by LS and the hardcore punk rockers The Blamed, was set for March 28th. However, due to COVID-19, the venue hosting the show has shut down all events for the month of March. The premiere will be delayed to a different date.

Bruce Fitzhugh, the band’s lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist, had this statement prepared:

We are VERY sorry have to postpone this Show and Documentary premiere. The Ron Robinson Theater has cancelled all events at their space for the month of March. WE WILL reschedule this show, so if you have tickets, they are good. If you need to refund, we understand, and will make the refund right away. please email if you need a refund.

The premiere will feature the reunited forces of the band’s original lineup with original vocalist Darren Johnson and original lead guitarist Jason Truby both returning. Chris Truby, the band’s bassist for Reborn and Jason’s brother, will also return, while longtime members Rocky Gray and Arthur Green will perform with them as well. Lance Garvin, for the first time since the band’s original disbanding in 2003, will be joined by an additional percussionist in the form of former Embodyment and The Famine drummer Mark Garza.

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