Produced in 1982, LA, California, USA group Warrior occupied an area somewhere within the barbarian machismo of Manowar as well as the grandiose pomp rock and roll of Queen. The line-up originally comprised Perry McCarty (vocals), Tommy Asakawa (electric guitar), Joe Floyd (electric guitar), Rick Bennett (bass, keyboards) and Liam Jason (drums). The music group spent period playing the neighborhood night clubs and refining their design before documenting a three-track demonstration that resulted in sold-out local displays and record agreements with MCA Information in america and 10 Information in European countries. They eventually endured considerable specialized problems through the documenting of Fighting with each other For THE PLANET EARTH and dropped both Bennett and Jason following periods, with Bruce Turgon (bass, ex-Black Sheep) and Jimmy Volpe (drums) changing them. It had been an acceptable debut, built on the dense, rhythmic electric guitar barrage and thunderous drums overlaid by McCarty’s near-operatic vocals. Lyrics included some engaging if daft sub-Nietzschean illusion scenarios. Commonalities to Judas Priest had been apparent, although Warrior tended in order to avoid dual business lead guitar work, as well as the music group’s stage picture, although leather-clad, is at a futuristic armour design befitting their name. Nevertheless, a bemused open public showed little curiosity and the rock and roll press, convinced these were for sale an industry-hyped action, treated them with disdain. In 1986 the music group split departing the members to become listed on other works (McCarty became a member of Steve Stevens’ Atomic Playboys, while Turgon discovered himself employment with Shadow Ruler).