Originally tapped Green Machine, the Canadian prog metal band Sheavy formed in 1993 using the lineup of frontman Steve Hennessey, guitarists Dan Moore and Sterling Robertson, bassist Paul Grouchy, and drummer Ren Squires. Collectively the music group crafted unique metallic stylings through the entire ’90s. The Duplication EP, that was issued the next 12 months, marked Sheavy’s 1st album and the state end from the Green Machine moniker because of an American music group of the same name. Slaves to Style was also released during this time period and Sheavy’s icy hard rock and roll was getting well-known among metalheads over the U.S. and European countries. They authorized to the Montreal-based label Mag Steering wheel Records release a their cover solitary of Dark Sabbath’s “Tomorrow’s Desire” and their 1995 full-length Blue Sky Brain. Creative variations led the music group to musically change their ideas in addition to their band family members; bassist Paul Grouchy remaining to be changed by Keith Foley in 1996 along with a 12 months later on Sheavy inked a cope with Lee Dorian’s (Cathedral, Napalm Loss of life) GO ABOVE Records. The music group remained hardworking through the entire last mentioned half of the ’90s, launching three albums in 1998, a cooperation with Cathedral of Misery entitled Delivered Too Late, along with a 10” vinyl discharge with musician/painter Frank Kozik’s label Man’s Spoil.