Not to end up being confused using the 1960s/early-’70s psychedelic music group that was also known as the Godz, this foursome was a Cleveland-based hard rock and roll outfit from the later ’70s and ’80s. The music group was shaped in Columbus, Ohio in 1976, when bassist/manufacturer Eric Moore met up with business lead guitarist Tag Chatfield, tempo guitarist/keyboardist Bob Hill, and drummer Glen Cataline. All contributed business lead vocals. The Godz agreed upon with Casablanca in 1977, that was also the entire year in which that they had an starting i’m all over this Kiss’ Love Weapon Tour. (Cheap Technique was the various other starting work on that tour.) The Midwesterners documented two little-known albums for Casablanca: 1978’s The Godz and 1979’s THERE IS NOTHING Sacred, both which received hardly any attention. Even more albums implemented in the ’80s, including 1985’s I’ll Obtain You Rockin’ on ROCK America and 1987’s Mongolians on Grudge. The music group faded away immediately after, although Moore re-formed the music group in the 2010s for a set of albums, 2012’s Last from the Outlaws and 2015’s Last Rites.