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The Greedies

One of the most obscure supergroups to exist through the ’70s was the Greedies (aka the Greedy Bastards). Thin Lizzy innovator Phil Lynott (bass, vocals) quickly got a pastime in the fledgling punk motion of the past due ’70s, and consequently befriended people of such clothes as the Sex Pistols, …

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Nuclear Death

Arizona-based Nuclear Death is among the few thrash/death metallic bands to include a feminine vocalist, Lori Bravo (who also doubles about bass, and it is joined up with by guitarist Phil Hampson and drummer Joel Whitfield). The trio originally shaped in the middle-’80s, issuing many demonstration cassettes (1986’s Wake Me …

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Onslaught

Onslaught was come up with by Bristol, Britain, guitarist Nige Rockettand drummer Steve Grice in the first ’80s. Both musicians were attempting to forge an ultra-aggressive, fast steel sound that was becoming a lot more popular in the times of early Slayer and Metallica. In 1985, the duo had been …

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Coffin Break

Seattle hardcore metal-heads Coffin Break produced their mark about America in the past due ’80s and early ’90s. They shied from the grunge tendency from the Northwest, rather drawing their motivation from punk. C/Z Information became their biggest followers, issuing three of their albums and reissuing their 1st two albums …

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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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Day Glo Abortions

The controversial rock group Day Glo Abortions formed in Victoria, Uk Columbia, around the first ’80s. The band’s music is normally an assortment of punk, rock, and alternative rock and roll. The lyrics with their tunes, in addition to lots of the game titles from the group’s music, are just …

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Celtic Frost

Celtic Frost’s effect on the evolution of Western heavy metal can’t be overstated. Alongside power metallic kings Helloween (also to a lesser level, the occasionally cartoonish Mercyful Destiny), Frost’s long lasting impact on Europe’s rock landscape is probably much like Metallica’s standing in the us. Tagged by critics as “avant-garde” …

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Cryptic Slaughter

The initial speedcore retailers, Cryptic Slaughter dealt a West Coast hands into the past due-‘80s crossover motion, a motion that saw the normally warring armies of punk rock and roll and thrash metallic finally get together right into a unified front bent on exposing social injustice and political hypocrisy. Run …

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The Lillingtons

The Lillingtons blasted their way to avoid it from the sleepy cowtown of Newcastle, WY, in 1996 high from the influence of spirited rings just like the Ramones, Screeching Weasel, as well as the Queers. Made up of Kody Templeman (vocals/acoustic guitar), Cory Laurence (bass), and Tim O’Hara aka Timmy …

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