The influential, long-lived punk metal band G.B.H. increased to prominence in Britain through the early ’80s when hardcore punk started inching toward rock. Originally created in 1979 in Birmingham, Britain, G.B.H. in the beginning known as itself Charged G.B.H. to differentiate itself from another music group using the same name. The leather-clad, spiked-hair foursome started documenting for the Clay label in the first ’80s, liberating some singles before unleashing their important debut album, Town Baby Attacked by Rats, in 1982. Town Baby’s Revenge adopted two years later on in 1984, where time the music group had become among the leading punk metallic bands from the period. G.B.H. continuing recording and liberating albums through the entire ’80s, though their impact progressively waned as a fresh wave of rings such as for example Slayer surfaced and forced punk metallic toward what became referred to as velocity metallic and, subsequently, thrash. Despite its waning impact, G.B.H. soldiered on, documenting new albums through the entire ’90s and in to the following millennium. By this aspect the music group was frequently cited by both metallic and punk rings as an enormous influence, along with a renewed desire for G.B.H.’s early recordings resulted.