PURGATORY were one of the lead names on the UK Thrash metal Scene of the late 1980s, who criminally never got to release an album despite being linked to Roadrunner (who on the flip of a coin signed XENTRIX instead!) and Manic Ears (who folded before the band could record their album for them, which led to the band splitting up. However, despite no release the band were well know on thrash scene, and touring / supporting the likes of ONSLAUGHT, RIPCORD, AMEBIX etc at the time . Up until now their legacy was confined only to various compilation appearances. Now, as part of Mosh Tuneage's series of UK thrash metal reissue gems from the 80s their two demo tapes from 1988 and 1989, "FLT" and "Who Cares" have been remastered by the band and are released on CD for the first time, as "Demo(n) Days" with liner notes from the band themselves plus a heap of photos and memorabilia from the bands own personal collections, and finished off with amazing cover artwork from acclaimed illustrator Stan W Decker (STRYPER, ASIA etc).