Spectrum of Death is the first by Morbid Saint. It is often hailed as one of the best thrash metal albums ever made, as well as one of the fastest and most abrasive in the genre. Morbid Saint is similar to Kreator, Slayer, or Sadus in their style of extreme thrash metal.
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A1 Lock Up Your Children
A2 Burned At The Stake
B1 Crying For Death
B2 Spectrum Of Death
B4 Beyond The Gates Of Hell
Total length: 32:00
Morbid Saint Is:
Pat Lind – Vocals
Jim Fergades – Guitar
Jay Visser – Guitar
Tony Paletti – Bass
Lee Reynolds – Drums
Credits and Info
Morbid Saint – Spectrum Of Death
Label: Avanzada Metalica – AM 018
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album
Style: Thrash, Death Metal
Bad Butcher is a 4 song mini album released by German thrash metal band Destruction in 1987 on Streamhammer records. It features 2 members on guitar and drums respectively. The version of “Mad Butcher” on this disc is a different take than previously recorded with a faster tempo and longer guitar solos. It also has a cover of “The Damned” by The Plasmatics.
A1 Mad Butcher
A2 The Damned
B1 Reject Emotions
B2 The Last Judgement
Destruction Band 1987
Bass, Vocals – Schmier
Drums – Olly
Guitar – Harry, Mike
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Hallows Eve: Another Great Metal Band That Never Went Big – What Happened To Them?
Hollows Eve was a thrash metal band from Atlanta Georgia. They first became known for the song “Metal Merchants” on Metal Massacre. Their debut “Tales Of Terror” on Metal Blade gained them a cult following. There’re follow-up albums Death and Insanity and Monument were solid thrash albums (in my opinion) but failed to gain the band any traction. “
How did that happen?
Some Hallows Eve Facts You Might Not Know
- On the tales of terror album, the band was a five-piece, with t with two guitar players one being Steve “Skullator” Shoemaker.
- Skullator left the band after the tales of terror album because of creative differences. He was more into black metal.
- The last live appearance monument era
HollowsEve ever made was for The Skullator benefit. In 1991 Steven was shot in a robbery attempt in Atlanta. Though struck in the head, Steven lived and now wears an eye patch.
- Stacy Anderson performed in a band called DIN post hollows Eve. He now owns a stump removal service in the Atlanta area.
- Guitarist “David Stewart” is a successful photographer in the Atlanta area. Post hollows Eve Post he was in a band with two rappers named urban grind.
- Tommy Stewart drives a taxi in the Atlanta area.
- Tommy Stewart was briefly investigated by police after the death of his wife. No charges were ever filed.
- Hallows Eve tried to reform with Ex-Rigot Mortis vocalist Doyle Bright. They announced a “comeback”, but nothing ever happened.
- Steve “Skullator” Shoemaker was the only one who stayed active in music. He put together a black metal band called Wormreich. Tragedy struck again — returning to Atlanta after their first tour the driver of the van fell asleep, causing the van to swerve off the road killing 2 and injuring
12 .Stephen was critically injured. Now, like fellow musician Jeff Becerra, is confined to a wheelchair.
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Death and Insanity (1986)
Tales of Terror (1985)
Tales of Terror Artwork and Sleeve
This album is frequently bootlegged. This is what the original first pressing artwork looks like.
Hallows Eve Songs
Tales of Terron Track List:
1. Plunging to Megadeath
2. Outer Limits
4. The Mansion
5. There Are No Rules
6. Valley of the Dolls
8. Hallows Eve-with Routine
Death And Insanity
- Death and Insanity
- Goblet of Gore
- Lethal Tendencies
- Plea of the Aged
- D.I.E. (Death in Effect)
- Attack of the Iguana
- Nobody Lives Forever
- Death and Insanity (Reprise)
Monument Album Art
A List Of Everyone That Has Played In Hallows Eve
Stacy Andersen– Vocals (all albums)
David Stuart-Guitar (all album)
Skullator-Guitar ( first album only)
Tommy Stewart- (all albums)
Drums Tym Helton-Drums
Sheer Heart Attack
Monument (To Nothing)
The Mighty Decibel
The Righteous Ones
Hallows Eve Line-Up 1985
Vocals – Stacy Anderson
Bass, Backing Vocals – Tommy Stewart
Drums, Backing Vocals – Rob Clayton
Guitar, Backing Vocals – David Stuart