These are the album titles from left to right: 1983 Armored Saint(the rare EP), 1984 March of the Saint, 1985 Delirious Nomad, 1987 Raising Fear, 1991 Symbol of Salvation, 2000 Revelation
The band formed in 1981 and was really popular in the Los Angeles area.
Dave Prickard died of Leukemia before the recording of "Symbol of Salvation". Then Bush left to
join Anthrax. The original line-up was Joey Vera, Phil Sandoval, Dave Prickard, John Bush, and GONZO.
The Trooper's Review:
The new album "Revelation" has to be the best album they have ever created. This is a bad-ass metal album and John Bush is at his greatest.
These are the album titles from left to right: 1983 Eye For an Eye, 1985 Animosity, 1987 Technocracy, 1991 Blind, 1994 Deliverance, 1996 Wiseblood
This is a hardcore/metal band from the USA. Woody Weatherman and Read Mullin met in
the 6th grade and formed Corrosion of Conformity in 1982 while in high school. In 97/98 they were nominated at the
Grammy's for the song "Drowning in a Daydream", but lost to Tool. The origonal line-up was
Pepper Keenan, Woody Weatherman, Mike Dean, and Read Mullin.
The Trooper's Review: **One of The Trooper's Top Picks**
Five stars for C.O.C. for making such a great sounding album. Their 2000 release "America's Volume Dealer" is one, if not their best album to date. I personally like all the albums, but this one is my favorite. Be sure to crank this Mother Fucker to the maximum volume so it can really kick your ass. *The Trooper*
These are the album titles from left to right: 1986 Age og Quarrel, 1989 Best Wishes, 1992 Alpha-Omega, 1993 Near Death Experience
This is a US hardcore/thrash band that formed in 1984 by the multi-tattooed Harley Flanegan, a follower of the Hare Krishna Doctrine.
They were known for their lyrical diversity and invention, and the lyrics represented their spiritual views. They had numerous line-up changes but the origional was
Flanegan, John "Bloodclot" Joseph, Parris Mitchell Mayhews, and Mackie Jayson. In 1991 they reformed the band with members Flanegan, Holland, DiSenzo, Joseph and Gabby. This didnt last long and eventually
the band split up.
These are the album titles from left to right: 1984 Dreamtime, 1985 Love, 1987 Electric, 1989 Sonic Temple, 1991 Ceremony, 1993 Pure Cult, 1994 The Cult
In 1981 Ian Astbury started the band Southern Death Cult with the members Haq Quereshi, David Burrows, and Barry Jepson.
Ian grew up in Scotland and Canada and was exposed to the Native American indian culture. The band became popular in the U.K. and released their
first debut in 1982. The band then broke up and reformed in 1983 as the Death Cult with members
Ray "The Reverend" Mondo, Jamie Stewart, Billy Duffy, and Ian. In 1984
the band changed their name again. This time it was just simply The Cult because Ian felt
that Death Cult gave the impression of a Gothic-type act. Over the next few years the band had a few more line-up changes and then in 1988
only Ian, Stewart, and Duffy were left. They made some more albums over the next six years and then Ian formed a new band called Holy Barbarians.
These are the album titles from left to right: 1988 When Dream and Day Unite, 1991 Images and Words, 1994 Awake, 1995 A Change of Seasons, 1997 Falling Into Infinity
In 1985 John Petrucci, John Myung, and Mike Portnoy met at Berklee School of Music. They got together with Kevin Moore and
Chris Collins and formed Majesty, a progressive metal band. When the band went to sign with a record label they found out that the name Majesty was already taken so they decided to change the name to Dream Theater.
In 1988 they released their first album, and began searching for a new singer. This search had gone on for almost two years when finally they found James LaBrie.
The second album they released went gold in Japan. After the third album Kevin left the band to explore his own musical creativity and Derek Sherinian joined. Since then the band has
released two more albums. The current line-up is James LaBrie, John Petrucci, John Myung, Derek Sherinian, and Mike Portnoy.