Leicester, England-based Dark Widow formed in 1969 in the ashes of blue-eyed spirit music group Pesky Gee! Jim Gannon (vocals, electric guitar, vibraphone), Kip Trevor (vocals, electric guitar, harmonica), Zoot Taylor (keyboards), Clive Jones (woodwinds), Bob Connection (bass), and Clive Container (drums) performed dark, allegedly satanically motivated rock such as Dark Sabbath, and obtained plenty of interest and controversy because of their theatrical live pieces. Black Widow produced the U.K. Best 40 making use of their 1970 debut record, Sacrifice. Despite, or simply due to, the concentrate on their occult trappings, they transferred from their dark root base making use of their 1971 self-titled record and continuing this development with the next year’s Dark Widow III. By this time around, however, insufficient vital and label support, plus many lineup adjustments, triggered the group to falter. Later in 1972, after shedding their cope with CBS Information, Black Widow documented Go back to the Sabbat, a self-produced established that didn’t start to see the light of time until 1999, when it had been released by Blueprint Information. A tribute record, Get to the Sabbat, made an appearance later that calendar year as well.