Among England’s angriest punk rock and roll rings, Drongos For European countries assaulted the senses with such gut-wretched music while “Psychomania”, “Destroy”, “Freakazoid”, and “Wasted”. Although they’ve disbanded double — in 1985 and 1995 — the group reunited to keep their power-driven strike. Using the choleric vocals of “Angry” Tom Farrell powered by bassist Nigel Swain, guitarist Steve Devlin and drummer Carl Gebbard, Drongos For European countries debuted their hard-edged punk rock and roll at St. Marks Cathedral Hall in Birmingham, Britain on November 3, 1979. Their debut, self-titled, cassette-only, record followed a couple of months afterwards. They toured as starting action, in the early-1980s, using the Deceased Kennedys and Crass. You start with the departure of Swain, who was simply changed by Errol Ullah, in early-1980, Drongos For European countries endured some personnel adjustments. Ullah was changed by Dek Drongo, in 1982. The next calendar year, Gebbard was changed by Kimbo Drongo. The departure of Farrell, who briefly transferred to Germany, in 1985, triggered the band’s initial split. Time for Birmingham, after a couple of months, and working into Swain, by possibility, he decided to reform Drongos For European countries with Swain and drummer Nigel Kewen. This lineup continued to be together until Dec 1995. Although they hardly ever officially announced their disbanding, Drongos For European countries continued to be inactive until getting reorganized, by Farrell and Dek, who was simply dealing with such rings as Slaughterhouse 5 and Fallen Angel, in 1999.