Drummer Jim Harris is a robust force in rock, flaming from the Burning up Starr clothing that was ignited in the ’80s by acoustic guitar hero Jack port Starr. Harris and another Starr associate, vocalist Mike Tirelli, continued to create their own music group centered out of Long Isle, NY, sanctified using the combo name of Holy Mom and also offering the good bassist Randy Coven. Fans of this music group may experienced to do some detective work to keep using the discography, starting easily plenty of in the middle-’90s having a self-titled debut. Maybe because metallic was going right through a short stage of unpopularity by this time around, Harris and bandmates made a decision to try some so-called commercial music, obviously artistically accessible since a lot of critics have been evaluating the latter design to the noises of much metal music group tuning up. non-etheless Holy Mom used the acronym of N.O.W. or Not really Our World because of this second launch, a Compact disc entitled Tabloid Crush. This fresh band name may have been regarded as a kind of self-criticism because the music artists involved were obviously convenient using the classic, classic metal design. In 1999 there is a new launch, Felony Afterlife, and a go back to the Holy Mom moniker, the creative direction made clear by the addition of the Dio cover, “Holy Diver.” Holy Mom also took component in another of a astonishing number of obtainable compilation tributes to Iron Maiden. Harris was ultimately changed by Frank Gilchriest; by 2003 Tirelli was the just remaining first member.