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Cyclone

An obscure speed metal act from your Belgian city of Vilvoorde, Cyclone (originally referred to as Centurion) in the beginning parlayed the warm fan reception with their 1985 “In the Grip of Evil” demo right into a two-track appearance about Roadrunner’s Metal Race compilation, after that signed using the fledgling label for the discharge of their 1986 L.P. Brutal Damage. The band’s lineup of vocalist Guido Gevels, guitarists Stefan Daamen, Pascal Vehicle Lint and Johnny Kerbush and drummer Nicholas Lairin quickly splintered, but Cyclone recruited substitutes D. Kapelle (acoustic guitar), G. Vanoverloop (bass) and G. Langhendries (drums) and hobbled along for some more years until 1990’s very much improved (but nonetheless relatively deluded of name) Inferior compared to None record signaled the finish of their short existence.

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