NewsNovember 3, 2009 9:52 PM ET3,442 views

Tribunal Records to release Uncle Slam debut

Official press release (Tribunal Records): One of our favorite 80's crossover thrash albums is being worked on and slated for reissue in early-2010. Uncle Slam's debut album, "Say Uncle," was released in 1988 on LP and cassette and featured ex-Suicidal Tendencies drummer, Amery Smith. Before disbanding in the mid 90's they eventually released three albums ("Say Uncle," "Will Work For Food" and "When God Dies"). We are excited to be releasing this long lost classic on CD for the first time outside Japan. It has been remastered by none other than Jamie King at The Basement Studios.

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