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Sacred Reich

Led by bassist/vocalist Phil Rind, this Phoenix-based strap also contains Wiley Arnett, Jason Rainey, and Greg Hall. Sacred Reich is usually noted because of its extremely opinionated politics lyrics, study of personal politics, and completely uncompromising spirit, in addition to an intermittent satiric love of life, and its own fortunes …

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The Dead Youth

A forgotten death metallic/grindcore music group from the first ’90s, the Deceased Youth was made up of people Dave Piekarz (vocals), Rick Sprague (acoustic guitar), John Karnes (bass), and Joe Schafer (drums). The quartet released a set of produces (within the mildew of such likewise styled clothes as Deicide and …

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Fight

When business lead singer and rock star Rob Halford still left Judas Priest in the first ’90s (following 2 decades of program within the veteran music group), he quickly rebounded using a ferocious fresh metal music group called Combat, which he co-founded with Priest drummer Scott Travis. Fleshing out the …

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Clawfinger

The Scandinavian rock four-piece Clawfinger formed in 1988 when Jocke Skog and Zak Tell met while working collectively in the Rosenlunds Medical center in close by Stockholm. Bard Torstensson and Erlend Ottem became a member of them in 1990 as well as the four recognized they all experienced similar passions …

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Jag Panzer

A Colorado music group formed in 1981, Jag Panzer’s design was basic Uk metallic influenced by rings like Judas Priest and Iron Maiden. Originally founded by guitarist Tag Briody, bassist John Tetley, drummer Butch Carlson, and vocalist Harry “The Tyrant” Conklin, they released their debut mini-album in 1983. The music …

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Blood

Originally named Approaching Bloodstream, a moniker therefore vile actually this notoriously unruly assortment of characters jettisoned it, UK hardcore punk/large metal crossover group the Bloodstream’s line-up featured Expenses Sykes (vocals), J.J. Manson (acoustic guitar), Snake (acoustic guitar), Tag Brabbs (drums) and Phil Butcher (keyboards). Merging Motörhead -designed power chords with …

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Thanatos

In 1984, Thanatos became Holland’s 1st death/thrash metallic band. Although they didn’t release an recording until 1990, they spent the years in-between playing displays with famous brands Napalm Loss of life, Kreator, Sepultura, Bolt Thrower, Autopsy, Loss of life Angel, and Messiah. In 1989, they authorized a cope with Sh**k …

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Hexen

1 of 2 new millennium rock bands going from the name of Hexen, this Los Angeles-based quartet (the additional hails from NJ) was formed in 2003, and quickly established a backwards-looking plan targeted at revitalizing the basic noises of ’80s metallic and thrash using their self-released debut recording, Heal a …

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Deliverance

England’s Deliverance was an obscure thrash steel band coping mostly in satanic lyrics and, therefore, shouldn’t be confused using their L.A.-structured, Christian metallic namesakes. Created sometime in the middle-’80s, the music group was also recognized to test out gothic, Mercyful Fate-like dark metal, aswell as historic doom ? la the …

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Malice

Along with Bitch, Cirith Ungol as well as the right now famous Metallica, Malice were among the standout rings featured about 1982’s genre defining Metallic Massacre, Vol. 1 compilation. Actually, with not just one but two efforts (“Captive of Light” and “Kick you Down”) which sounded a lot more mature …

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