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Razor

Razor is a Canadian thrash metal band formed in 1984 at Guelph, Ontario The group shot music videos for songs such as "Evil Invaders","Shotgun Justice", "American Luck", and "Sucker for Punishment". The band dissolved in 1992, but reformed in the late 1990s to recordanother album, titled Decibels, in 1997. The band dissolved again, and reformed in 2005, and are currently planning to record another studioalbum. They were featured on the 2005 "The Gates of Hell Tour". In the United States and Canada they have toured with well known acts suchas Slayer, Motörhead and Venom. Guitarist and primary lyricist Dave Carlo has been the only permanent member in the band's 20-year history. http://razorband.bandcamp.com

Similar Bands: Sadus, Dark Angel, Demolition Hammer, Motorhead, Vio-lence

LPs
Decibels
1997

2.3
38 Votes
Open Hostility
1991

3.6
52 Votes
Shotgun Justice
1990

4
76 Votes
Violent Restitution
1988

4.2
144 Votes
Custom Killing
1987

3.3
53 Votes
Malicious Intent
1986

3.7
62 Votes
Evil Invaders
1985

4.2
160 Votes
Executioner's Song
1985

4
84 Votes
EPs
Armed and Dangerous
1984

4
15 Votes
Compilations
Exhumed
1994

2.5
2 Votes

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