A prototypical exemplory case of ’80s Teutonic thrash, Deathrow followed in the footsteps of countrymen like Destruction, Sodom, and Iron Angel, just with a lot more modest business outcomes. Hailing from the town of Düsseldorf, Deathrow was founded in 1984 by vocalist/bassist Milo, guitarists Thomas Priebe and Sven Flugge, and drummer Markus Hahn. They might soon indication with Noise Information (who else?) and very quickly talk with some pleasant, press-generating controversy when their initial album, Satan’s Present, needed to be renamed Riders of Doom to avoid censure with the conveniently offended American marketplace. Western european touring with Possessed and Voivod implemented, as do another thrashing opus called Raging Metal, in 1987; but using the entrance of previous Mekong Delta guitarist Uwe Osterlehner to displace Priebe, the music group shifted toward a far more intricate, progressive steel style because of their third and 4th releases, Deception Disregarded (1988) and Lifestyle Beyond (1992). Neither of the managed to boost Deathrow’s tiny group of fans, however, as well as the group silently disbanded a short while later. Osterlehner continued to front intensifying thrashers End Amen.