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Larger than existence metallic bassist/vocalist Pete Steele got his begin because the frontman for Brooklyn’s hardcore metallic trio Carnivore (which also included users Louie Beateaux on drums, and two different guitarists — initial Keith Alexander, after that Marc Piovanetti) within the mid-’80s. A lot more straight-ahead thrash metallic than Steele’s potential goth clothing Type O Bad, Carnivore produced some controversy among timid listeners with such music game titles as “Jesus Hitler” and “Upset Neurotic Catholics.” But unlike almost every other likewise styled bands from the period, Carnivore didn’t consider themselves as significantly: just browse the gross-out recording opening monitor, “Jack port Daniels and Pizza,” using their sophomore work. The trio released a set of recordings throughout their short profession — 1986’s self-titled debut and 1987’s Retaliation (both released within the Roadrunner Information label) — before divorce. Steele could retain Carnivore’s pursuing (in addition to vastly expanding onto it) with Type O Bad, an organization that he released in the first ’90s.

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Full Name Carnivore
Music Songs Jesus Hitler, World Wars III & IV, Male Supremacy, Thermonuclear Warrior, Race War, God Is Dead, Angry Neurotic Catholics, Sex and Violence, U.S.A. for U.S.A., Ground Zero Brooklyn, Jack Daniel's and Pizza, Inner Conflict, Technophobia, Legion of Doom, Five Billion Dead, The Subhuman, S.M.D., Predator, Delight, Manic Depression, Carnivore, Armageddon, Roots Of India, Nah
Albums Retaliation, Carnivore

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