The Canadian rock group referred to as the Viletones formed in the ’70s and did a variety of music that combined alternative pop/rock with just a little punk. Initial members were business lead vocalist and songwriter Steve Leckie, guitarist Freddie Pompeii, bassist Chris Hate, and a drummer known as Motor X. Later on, Leckie changed his bandmates with guitarist Steve Koch, bassist Sam Ferrara, and drummer Tony Vincent. Through the past due ’70s and early ’80s, the music group released one EP, Appear Back Anger, and two albums, Sunday Night, Sunday Morning hours and Live at Max’s. These recordings will be reissued in the ’90s. In 1996, with Leckie and his brand-new lineup, the Viletones completed work on a fresh record, Flavor of Honey, beneath the Other People’s Information label. A number of the paths through the full-length offering consist of “Never Experience Sad,” “Will She Leap,” “Won’t You I WANT TO,” “LITTTLE LADY,” “Pet Style,” and “Rebel.” 2 yrs later, Leckie proceeded to go solo using the record What It FEELS AS THOUGH to Kill.