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Cirith Ungol

Cirith Ungol was a Californian heavy metal band who formed in 1972 and split up in May 1992. They drew influences from other metal groups such as Black Sabbath and Thin Lizzy, as well as Iggy and the Stooges. Their first album, Frost and Fire, was closer to a hybrid between 1970s hard rock and metal with songs written by then bassist/guitarist Greg Lindstrom and drummer Robert Garven, but from King of the Dead and onwards they played a progressive rock influenced brand of doom metal with songs primarily written by vocalist Tim Baker.



Histor.

The band began with Greg Lindstrom, Robert Garven, Jerry Fogle and Pat Galligan (who would later go on to play guitar for Angry Samoans}, were playing in their first band

Similar Bands: Samson, Iron Maiden, Manilla Road, Black Sabbath, Judas Priest

LPs
Paradise Lost
1991

3.7
23 Votes
One Foot in Hell
1986

3.4
21 Votes
King of the Dead
1984

4
52 Votes
Frost and Fire
1981

3.5
38 Votes
EPs
Live
1996

3
1 Votes
1979 Demo
1979

3.3
2 Votes
Compilations
Servants of Chaos
2001

3.5
3 Votes

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