The psychedelia-tinged metal outfit Metal Prophet was formed in Connecticut in the past due ’80s by guitarist Steve Kachinsky Blakmoor and vocalist Gary Stocking; the initial rhythm section presented bassist Wayne Faircloth and drummer Harry Blackwell, the child of jazz drummer Ed Blackwell. Blackwell quickly departed due to the indegent quality of his drum package and was changed by John “J.T.” Tarascio; Stocking, in the mean time, was kicked out after erratic, alcohol-fueled behavior. Blakmoor and Tarascio relocated to California in 1988, where they recruited bassist Vince Dennis, vocalist Scott Lindsenbardt, and second guitarist Domenic Chavira. Lindsenbardt was shortly given the shoe and only ex-Ascendance vocalist Nick Mantis. However, Mantis’ drug complications resulted in his being changed by Rick Mythiasin (who once spent many days as an early on person in Pantera), while Chavira’s place was used by Jon Paget. Metal Prophet strike the studios to record a demonstration and gigged thoroughly around L.A. from 1990-1992, and Paget was changed by Horacio Colmenares. The music group signed a cope with the Foundations 2000 label; although they hardly ever released an record for the label, a demonstration entitled The Goddess Process was eventually released in European countries in 1995. Following a five-song EP in 1996, Continuum, both Tarascio and Colmenares still left, with the last mentioned going to type New Eden. Their areas were used by drummer Pete Parada and guitarist Jon Pons, respectively. In to the Void (Hallucinogenic Conception) premiered in 1997, and Steel Prophet agreed upon with Nuclear Blast. Their label debut, Dark Hallucinations, made an appearance in 1999, as well as the music group toured European countries in support. Prior to the 2000 discharge from the follow-up, Messiah, Parada still left, and Kevin Cafferty was recruited being a short-term studio substitution; Karl Rosqvist ultimately joined because the full-time drummer. Pons also departed following the album’s discharge and was changed by Jim Williams.