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Black Death

Black Death began initially in 1979 when Greg Hicks thought of the name and introduced it to Phil Bullard.They soon recruted Darrel and Reginal (Siki). Black Death recorded thier debut record in 1985, and has earned worldwide interest from heavy metal fans everywhere. Coming from the east side of Cleveland, and growing up with thier unique taste in music set them apart from everyone else. It was not hip in thier neighborhood to sport rock let alone heavy metal, which enabled them to be free of any restrictions and create a pure untainted sound. Being influenced by the hardest of 1970's Heavy M ...read more

Black Death began initially in 1979 when Greg Hicks thought of the name and introduced it to Phil Bullard.They soon recruted Darrel and Reginal (Siki). Black Death recorded thier debut record in 1985, and has earned worldwide interest from heavy metal fans everywhere. Coming from the east side of Cleveland, and growing up with thier unique taste in music set them apart from everyone else. It was not hip in thier neighborhood to sport rock let alone heavy metal, which enabled them to be free of any restrictions and create a pure untainted sound. Being influenced by the hardest of 1970's Heavy Metal they strived to be unique without loosing main influences. The first recording was a demo that did not see circulation. The second was recorded at Angel studios and also was never released. The third recording was the now classic debut LP that was released by Auburn Records in Cleveland Ohio. With only 2,000 LP's printed, it is a very sought after and hard to find release. Black Death is back with an all star lineup and will be recording a new EP in the near future. .....Until we Rock! « hide


Black Death
1984

4.5
1 Votes

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