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Demolition Hammer

NY City’s Demolition Hammer arrived in the East Coastline thrash metal picture circa 1986; immediately after, their first demonstration tape, Skull Fracturing Problem, began producing the rounds of indie record brands and tape-trading supporters alike. Another demonstration, entitled Necrology, appeared two years afterwards and proved sufficient to protected the group — made up of vocalist/bassist Steve Reynolds, guitarists Adam Reilly and Derek Sykes, and drummer Vinny Daze — a documenting contract with Hundred years Media Information. There followed a set of properly competent thrash albums in 1990’s Tortured Lifetime and 1992’s Epidemic of Assault, but the design was already in the outs by that point, so Demolition Hammer attempted a far more current, Pantera-like loss of life metal strike on 1994’s Period Bomb. The last mentioned also noticed them reduced to some trio, following departure of Reilly and Daze as well as the entrance of previous Malevolent Creation drummer Alex Marquez — but every one of the changes were eventually for naught, because the group finished up splitting up a year afterwards when Reynolds and Marquez had been offered brand-new gigs with Florida’s Solstice.

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