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Exumer

Exumer was an early on German thrash steel music group with close ties to Angel Dirt (their labelmates over the Desaster imprint) along with a organic, vicious, unsophisticated design derived chiefly from affects want Venom, Exodus, and Slayer. Actually, vocalist/bassist Mem von Stein and guitarist Ray Mensh had been said …

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Jerry’s Kids

Boston hardcore/thrash metallists Jerry’s Children (named following a long-running fund-raising business that comedian Jerry Lewis formed for kids with cerebral palsy) formed originally in 1981, growing out of an area picture that included such rings as SS Decontrol, the F.U.’s, Freeze, Bad FX, and Gang Green (the last mentioned which …

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Impiety

Surely among the first dark metal ensembles to emerge from the island country of Singapore, Impiety was formed in 1990 simply by vocalist/bassist Shyaithan (true name Ariffeen Deen) with guitarist XXXul and drummer Iblyss — most of whom pledged their allegiance to both Satan and extreme metal after getting into …

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Venom

A seminal influence for the evolution of thrash and dark metallic, Venom formed through the past due ’70s in Newcastle, Britain. Originally a five-piece group known as Oberon, they ultimately trimmed their lineup to some trio comprising vocalist/bassist Conrad “Cronos” Lant, guitarist Jeff “Mantas” Dunn, and drummer Tony “Abaddon” Bray. …

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Devastation

Heavy and effective thrash music group from Corpus Christi, TX, which started in the middle-’80s and gained a agreement through their sizeable subsequent within the underground.

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Deceased

These Virginia-based loss of life metalers began in 1985 saving and circulating demos, slowly building their reputation. In 1988, first bassist Rob Sterzel was wiped out within a hit-and-run incident and changed by Les Snyder. As well as guitarists Tag Adams and Mike Smith and drummer/vocalist Ruler Fowley, Deceased became …

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Destruction

As well as their countrymen Kreator and Sodom, Germany’s Devastation constituted the dominating triumvirate of Teutonic thrash steel through the 1980s. And although they ultimately didn’t match these peers with regards to commercial achievement and longevity, a minimum of two of their albums still meet the criteria one of the …

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Leeway

A Queens, NY-based hardcore/steel quartet in the later ’80s/early ’90s, Leeway was frequently in comparison to thrash steel bands from the period (Crumbsuckers, Anthrax, Testament, etc.), but weren’t scared to test out their audio, including detours into funk/rap and plodding Sabbath place. The group released a complete of four albums …

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Exhorder

Created in the past due ’80s from a common desire for rate and doom steel, Exhorder helped form the “Louisiana sound,” a typical sound distributed between many steel bands from your condition. By crafting chugging, limited riffs having a rigid framework, Exhorder produced quite the neighborhood impression with 1990’s Slaughter …

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D.A.M.

Like most past due-’80s/early-’90s British thrash bands, Morecombe’s D.A.M. (brief for “Damage and Mayhem”) showed up too past due and bearing inadequate in the form of unique talent to contend with the best American and continental Western thrashers of your day — the majority of whom had been already shifting …

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