Black metal/thrash band HARASSOR from Los Angeles, California was formed in 2003 by PETE MAJORS (vocals), SANDOR GF (drums), and JAMES BROWN III (guitars), and has become one of the L.A. metal scene's most notorious live acts. The three members met while working at Amoeba Music in Hollywood, as they all shared similar musical interests and naturally gravitated towards each other. With malicious intent and a fever for raw, old-school black metal, thrash, and hardcore, they started playing shows in the L.A. area, opening for a wide range of local and touring bands before releasing a self-titled CDR demo in 2005. Continuing to refine their savage and barbaric playing style, the band slowly began receiving local recognition through distribution of their demo and relentless and bloody live performances. In 2008, they released a split 7" EP with mysterious Bay Area coven Moon Dark, through drummer Sandor's label Universal Consciousness. In 2009, the band contributed songs for the soundtrack to indie-film director Adam Rehemier's brutally disturbing horror film The Bunny Game, which was screened at the Heavy Metal Film Festival in Los Angeles. After a period of writing new material, a recording session was conducted in fall 2010 with producer and multi-instrumentalist BOBB BRUNO of BEST COAST, and two of the tracks were released as the Astral Psychosis cassette on Complicated Dance Steps, which has since gone out of print. The band is about to release a new vinyl LP version of their 2005 demo, recently remastered in part by ROSKVA of LIGHTNING SWORDS OF DEATH, with two songs re-recorded ("Christ Hate" and "Wretched Faith") as well as an all-new song ("Killed By Inanity"). Edition of 300 copies packaged with a fold-out insert.