A Colorado-based music group that formed in the later ’70s, Satan’s Web host began life being a power steel music group, but after one record — 1986’s Steel from Hell (and an unreleased follow-up, 1987’s Midnight Blowing wind) — things changed, as well as the music group called it per day. Following the tragic lack of drummer D. Lucifer Metal (Rob Evans) to murder, in conjunction with the rather unwelcome atmosphere toward steel (not forgetting bands called Satan’s Web host) in the overall populace, vocalist L.C.F. Eli Elixer preserved a minimal profile and plotted his eventual come back. The rebirth of Satan’s Host being a documenting and performing device would take form in the past due ’90s, you start with the discharge from the EP In Articulo Mortis in 1999 and culminating within the return record Archidoxes of Bad in 2000. The music group, now a cross types of dark and death steel, discovered its footing and released three even more albums on the following 10 years — 2004’s Burning up the Born Once again, 2006’s Satanic Grimoire: A LARGER Dark Magick, and 2008’s Great American ScapeGoat 666. The newest lineup from the music group included Elixer on vocals, Satan Patrick Bad on electric guitar, D. Darcane on bass, and Pete Wicked on drums.