25 years is a long time for a band to exist, but Aussie nu-metal veterans Superheist have just passed that milestone, and have released a cover of Faith No More & Boo Ya Tribe's 'Another Body Murdered' to celebrate all the members which have passed through the band's ranks over the years.
The song was produced and mixed by the band's guitarist and founding mainstay D.W. Norton, who says of the track:
"Since forming in 1993 in a laneway next to Guitar Village in Frankston. Superheist has seen many members come and go. This video of The Heist’s version of the Faith No More & Boo Ya Tribe’s “Another Body Murdered” serves as a thank you to every single member who has taken the stage with us over the journey. From the very beginning when Berger walked into dw’s house wearing a Pantera shirt and the two decided to form a grindcore band called “OrgHeist” to today’s bunch of legends fronted by the incredible Ezekiel Ox, Superheist has always maintained the rage and a huge thank you goes out to all the fans, crew, record labels, managers, agents, family and friends for all the supports over the last quarter of a century."
Superheist will be out on tour throughout November in support of their latest album Sidewinder, which was released earlier in May. You can grab tickets for the shows listed below here.