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Cyclone Temple

Chicago’s Cyclone Temple was created from your remnants of velocity metal also-rans Znowhite: essentially guitarist Greg Fulton (a.k.a. Ian Tafoya), bassist Scott Schafer and drummer John Slattery, plus ex-Hammeron member Brian Troch, on vocals. Belatedly shifting with the changing times to simply accept the gospel of thrash (itself currently striking the skids by the beginning of the 90’s), the group authorized with Combat Information and released 1991’s I Hate Consequently I Am. But an appearance at that year’s Milwaukee Metallic Fest would probably represent the spotlight of Cyclone Temple’s press publicity, what with Troch’s imminent alternative by Marco Salinas for 1993’s self-financed Building Mistakes in the device E.P., and Sonny DeLuca for 1994’s MY PAL Lonely, which mixed re-recorded slashes from its forerunner with new materials. This since it proved, was the ultimate section for Cyclone Temple, however the unstoppable Fulton would quickly re-emerge with a fresh task entitled Rebels Without Applause, while DeLuca was briefly associated with nu-metal band Ground.

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