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Re-Animator - One More War

News: Hull metal legends Re-Animator release new EP

by Nick Boldockon 8th March 2019
Hold the front page – Re-Animator are back! With their last studio release some 27 years past (1992’s That Was Then This Is Now), a new release from Hull’s legendary thrash metallers is big, big news and it’s here at last. New EP One More War is an astonishing return to form, five tracks of […]

Lisa Dominique

Artist: Lisa Dominique

by Nick Boldockon 29th May 2017
Lisa began her music career in 1985 fronting Marino The Band - she of course being the younger sister of guitarist Marino. After Kerrang! began making positive noises about the band, the inevitable solo offers began to come in, and in 1986 Lisa parted ways with Marino The Band and made the leap into a solo career. [...]

Chapel Of Rest

Chapel Of Rest – A Twilight Serenade

by Nick Boldockon 4th May 2017
Six track cassette from death metal band Chapel Of Rest [...]

Re-Animator (2013)

Artist: Re-Animator

by Nick Boldockon 23rd October 2016
Re-Animator were formed in 1987 by guitarists Kev Ingleson and Mike Abel. Together they wrote "Push The Button" and "Follow The Masses", which would later form their first (and only) demo tape. At this time the band still had no drummer or bass player, though this was soon remedied with the addition of old acquaintances Mark Dennis on drums and John Wilson on bass. [...]

Kestrel

Artist: Kestrel

by Nick Boldockon 22nd October 2016
Kestrel were formed in 1984, consisting of Iain Cargill (vocals and rhythm guitar), Neil Cargill (drums and backing vocals), Trev Garton (lead guitar and backing vocals) and Steve Preston (bass guitar and backing vocals). [...]

Armoured Heart – Armoured Heart

by Nick Boldockon 13th October 2016
Armoured Heart's only known release (aside from two compilation appearances). [...]

Artist: Armoured Heart

by Nick Boldockon 10th August 2016
Heavy metal band based in Bilton, just east of Hull. Their only recording - aside from two fairly obscure compilation appearances (see below) - appears to be their 1986 three-track demo tape, still highly regarded among metal completists and well worth a listen if you can manage to find a copy.