After that, they released an EP titled The Faces of Terror through Repulse Records. This new stuff was well received and more gigs were booked at Madrid, Aragon, and so on, sharing the stage with important Spain-based bands such as Aspid (Esp), Ktulu and Barón Rojo. In early 1998, Leprosy Terror entered the studio to record nine tracks to be featured on the band’s first full length. However, in spite of the outcome quality, the album release was cancelled due to the addition of a new singer (Luis), replacing Javi. The band start to work hard because of the incorporation of Luis as singer.
In 1999, more gigs were booked and a new demo tape, titled New Tape ’99, was recorded with the new line-up. However, the band ceased to work once again, this time due to personal differences. In 2003, the band reformed with new members. They penned new songs and one out of them is featured on a split EP, with two more bands, only released in Palafolls. Their sound is even more aggressive than before.
Currently, Leprosy Terror continue to play live and write new songs. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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