Heretix, an alternative rock band popular in the 1980s and 1990s, is reuniting for just one concert Sunday night, Oct. 5, at the Paradise Rock Club as part of WMBR’s Pipeline at 25 concert series celebrating the radio show dedicated to Boston music.

Guitarist Brian Hill of Camden; vocalist Ray Lemieux of Belmont, Mass., who grew up in Rockport; and drummer Marvin Huffman of Huntington, W.Va., have not performed together in 15 years.

“I’m flattered that, after all these years, people are so excited about hearing us,” said Hill, who owns Francine Bistro in Camden and Shepherd's Pie in Rockport.

Three of the original members had migrated to Boston from Midcoast Maine while still in their teens. In Boston, they met drummer Huffman, which cemented the band’s lineup.

Heretix became a fixture on the Boston music scene after winning the WBCN Rock & Roll Rumble in 1988, which led to the band’s signing with Island Records in 1989. Heretix was runner-up for Best Local Rock Album for “AD” in 1989. Lead singer Ray Lemieux was named Best Male Vocalist in Boston in 1989 and 1990. Heretix also was voted Best Heavy Metal Band in 1994’s WFNX Best of Boston poll.

Albums by Heretix include “AD”; “Gods & Gangsters,” 1990; “Continuous Soft Hits on the Head,” 1992; and “Adventures of Superdevil” in 1993. For inflormation about the show (#10) and tickets, visit the series' Facebook page.

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