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Cirith Ungol


Los Angeles-based metallic music group Cirith Ungol formed in 1981, taking their name from a tower which played an integral role in writer J.R.R. Tolkien’s Lord from the Bands series. The lineup originally comprised vocalist Tim Baker, guitarist Jerry Fogle, bassist Michael Flint, and drummer Robert Garvin, and produced its debut using the Enigma launch Frost and Open fire, followed 3 years later on by King from the Dead. Within the wake of 1986’s One Feet in Hell, both Fogle and Flint remaining Cirith Ungol, as well as the music group spent another five years from actions, recruiting guitarist Jim Barraza and bassist Vernon Green for his or her fourth LP, Heaven Lost. Within the wake of Barraza’s departure, Cirith Ungol disbanded in-may of 1992.

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Full Name Cirith Ungol
Music Songs Toccata in D minor, Master of the Pit, Black Machine, Finger of Scorn, Join the Legion, Maybe That's Why, Chaos Rising, Atom Smasher, I'm Alive, Death of the Sun, Chaos Descends, Last Laugh, Nadsokor, Frost and Fire, War Eternal, Edge of a Knife, Fallen Idols, Before the Lash, Heaven Help Us, Doomed Planet, Blood & Iron, A Little Fire, King of the Dead, The Troll, Better Off Dead, What Does It Take, 100 MPH, Hype Performance, Go It Alone, One Foot in Hell, Bite of the Worm, Return to Lankhmar
Albums Servants of Chaos, Paradise Lost, One Foot in Hell, King of the Dead, Frost and Fire

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