Within the wake of Mötley Crüe’s meteoric rise to superstardom in 1983 on the effectiveness of their today classic album Shout on the Devil, a countless quantity of other similarly styled theatrical steel bands cropped up within the Los Angeles rock community, including Lizzy Borden. Fundamentally an ’80s revise of Alice Cooper (with some Iron Maiden-esque riffs blended in to the melting container), the group constructed a substantial local following in the Western world Coastline with an over-the-top stageshow, but didn’t break through commercially. Like Cooper, the music group Lizzy Borden acquired a lead vocalist who shared exactly the same name because the music group, issuing many albums in the Steel Cutter label from 1984-1990: 1984’s Provide ‘Em the Axe, 1985’s Appreciate You to Parts, 1986’s The Murderous Steel Roadshow and Menace to Culture, 1987’s Terror Increasing and Visual Lays, and 1989’s Get good at of Disguise. Borden also made an appearance within the 1988 Penelope Spheeris-directed documentary in regards to the ’80s steel scene, The Drop of Traditional western Civilization Component II. Using the hard rock and roll musical environment changing by the first ’90s (and grand stageshows getting old head wear), Lizzy Borden made a decision to pack it in. Borden would continue to form a far more retro-glam clothing, Diamond Dogs, within the ’90s, but opted to reunite the Lizzy Borden group by the finish of the 10 years, with time for 2000’s Cope with the Devil and ensuing travels.