IRON REAGAN (MUNICIPAL WASTE, Etc.) To Release Crossover Ministry In February
Just yesterday I was wondering what happened to Iron Reagan. The band came out of the gate in 2012 with a demo, released a full length in 2013, a split with Exhumed, an EP, and a full length in 2014, and then a split with Toxic Shock in 2015. After that, a whole lot of nothing.
Fortunately that streak ends in 2017 with the new record, Crossover Ministry. The album was recorded by Cannibis Corpse's Phil "Landphil" Hall, mixed by Kurt Ballou, and is due out on February 3 via Relapse Records. Pre-orders are available physically here and digitally here.
In the event you've forgotten, the band consists of drummer Ryan Parrish (ex-Darkest Hour), guitarists Mark Bronzino (ANS) and Phil Hall (Cannabis Corpse, Municipal Waste), bassist Rob Skotis (Hellbear, ex-Occultist), and vocalist Tony Foresta (Municipal Waste).