Ritual Carnage’s uncommon tale begins with Tampa, FL, indigenous Dan Montgomery, who following joining the environment Push in 1986 discovered himself stationed in the American bottom in Yokota, Japan, where he spent his free time playing bass with several local bands, especially hardcore act S.We.C. Shipped back again to the U.S. in 1989, he briefly installed with local metallic music group N.F.G. and became a motorbike enthusiast before making a decision to come back to Japan to teach like a tattoo designer five years later on. He also began dabbling in music once more and, after determining to try his hands at fronting his personal metal band, gradually come up with thrash purists Ritual Carnage using guitarists Shigeyuki Kamazawa and Eddie Vehicle Koide, bassist Cover Ideno, and drummer Naoya Hamaii. There adopted a string of high-intensity thrash albums for the French Osmose label (many of them documented back Tampa), including 1998’s THE BEST Regulation, 2000’s Every Nerve Alive (documented being a trio by Montgomery, Koide, and Hamaii), 2002’s The Delivery of Tragedy (including King’s Bad guitarist Wataru Yamada), and 2005’s I, Infidel.