A Canadian quartet of Ron Chenier (electric guitar/vocals), Ed Egan (keyboards), Jeff Nystrom (bass) and John Chenier (drums), Fist, because they were known in america and Canada, were forced to embellish their name because of the existence of a preexisting group called Fist in the united kingdom. They shaped in the past due 70s and produced their debut with Circular One, a Canada just release, that was dominated by Egan’s keyboards. By enough time the group agreed upon an international documenting agreement with A&M Information in 1980, that they had changed their approach significantly. Rather than the intricacy of outdated, Myofist today specialised in unfettered, rampaging rock and roll riffs shipped with a genuine feeling of authenticity. The very best of their three models for A&M was unquestionably 1981’s Thunder In Rock and roll, by which period Bob Patterson (drums) experienced changed John Chenier and Ivan Tessier (keyboards) experienced bought out from Egan. Regarded as by many to become among the great forgotten rock selections of the first 80s, it however didn’t lift the music group in to the mainstream. One additional recording for A&M and another for an unbiased also flopped, and by the middle-80s the music group had split up.