Wednesday, April 02, 2008


Howdy folks, apologies for my tardiness with this post, hope you'll find it worth the wait. Can i also take the opportunity to remind commenters to please post all comments to the newest post. Posting comments in older posts means i probably never get to see them. In fact, i almost missed the comments of Adrian, former drummer with TAROT SUTRA, who was kind enough to drop us a line filling in a little detail about his great band. Over to you Adrian:
Great blog all.
You asked about the band Tarot Sutra.
I was the drummer with Tarot Sutra. Good times!
We were gigging in the Newcastle-Under-Lyme area in the 1980-83 timeframe.
Then we all left the area and got real jobs.
Gag, the lead guitarist is now teaching guitar in the Birmingham area.
Andy the guitarist is a music lecturer at Newcastle University i think.
I (Adrian) am still playing for fun, working in software.
Neal, the singist I've lost touch with, and Keith the bass has his own design company somewhere on the south coast.
Rock n' roll, eh?
Thanks for the comments, we've spoken about getting back into a studio, because our best material was never recorded in a studio.
Perhaps we should!
Speaking for myself, i'd certainly love to hear some new Tarot Sutra recordings, or any old ones for that matter. Hint hint!! Many thanks for the info Adrain, and the best of luck with your musical endeavours.

Let's get to the post proper now.
Firstly tonight, another sublime slab of cult hard rock from Canadian shoulda-beens The Hunt. This is their second album, "Back On The Hunt", which emerged on the Visa Records label in 1980. Plying their trade as a lean mean power trio at this time, "Back On The Hunt", is perhaps the bands finest hour, with great tight songwriting, tasty playing and a sympathetic production which allows the songs to properly sizzle. Like all their stuff, this comes highly recommended, and, if you enjoy this one, check out the archives for follow up album, "Thrill Of The Kill", and a great compilation album "Tracked Down - The Best Of The Hunt". Tally Ho!!!

THE HUNT - Back On The Hunt (1980) Canada

Nextly, some vintage steel, in the shape of Jacksonville Florida natives Leather Nunn, and their lone album, "Take The Night". The quintet were formed in 1983, and recorded this album for the Kry Records label three years later, and a fantastic piece of overlooked Metal majesty it turned out to be too. Guitar duo John Gouchnour and Jerry Brewer really motor and slice through the nine blazing songs like uncrowned kings of the art, and vocalist Wade Williams puts his impressive pipes through the blazing hoops like a seasoned pro. This didn't sound like unknowns finding their feet in the studio, more like a well drilled band cementing their reputations with a career defining opus, ready to top readers polls and headline arenas. Unfortunately, the band would never scale those heights, unable as they were to get their fantastic music the wide audience it deserved, splitting without delivering album no 2. The album has grown in reputation through the years, finally being rereleased on cd with a handful of bonus tracks in 2004.

LEATHER NUNN - Take The Night (1986) USA

Next up, the "Showbiz Al" EP by former CIRCUS OF POWER vocalist Alex Mitchell, a 2005 four tracker which apparently was only available at gigs by his post COP outfit, FAT NANCY. New Yorker Mitchell began his musical journey fronting hardcore bands like CRUCIAL TRUTH & St. MARY'S CHILDREN OF SALVATION, before founding Hard Rocking biker band CIRCUS OF POWER in 1986. The band blazed a trail of musical destruction through the late 80's, across three full length albums and a live mini album, finally crashing and burning in Los Angeles when the grunge tsunami wiped out good time music for a short while in the 90's.
Post-COP, Alex has been part of the bands ABSOLUTELY FREE & UNCLE MAX'S COSMIC BAND, who released the album "Licking The Toad In The Black Church" in 2003.
Other projects included SECOND RING OF POWER and PLASTIC GATOR MACHINE, with whom he recorded the "Rock'n'Soul Music" album in 2003 and most interestingly to COP fans, FAT NANCY. FAT NANCY recorded their "Pure American Muscle Baby" album in 2005, and released it via Hallucinating Gator Records. Mitchell is currently storming US stages fronting a reformed CIRCUS OF POWER, with rumours persisting of a new COP album to come in the future.

ALEX MITCHELL - "The Showbiz Al EP" EP (2005) USA

Something wicked this way comes next, namely the self titled EP by American thrashers Black Task. This is venomous filth of the finest order, all buzzsaw guitars, concrete mixer bass & gattling gun drum spazz. All performed with a seriously BAD attitude. I won't even attempt to describe this one any further, i'll just list the titles, "Sex & Destruction", "Kill Your Enemies", "Firestorm" & "Smash Your Face", and tell you that they deliver on all these promises. A full length followed on Axe Killer Records in 1986, before they went their separate ways, or possibly, straight to hell, but i can't imagine that you'll ever need more Black Task than this malevolent 1-2-3-4 right here.

BLACK TASK - Black Task EP (1985) USA

Some NWOBHM for ya now, the sole 1980 EP by Essex trio Warrior, "Don't Let It Show". Nothing to do with the band of the same name who released "Let Battle Commence" the same year, or indeed the other one from Newcastle who released the "Dead When It Comes To Love" EP, the "For Europe Only" Mini LP and the "Breakout" EP. This lot were formed in 1978 by vocalist/guitarist Roy Mette, who steered the band through numerous line up changes before their 1983 dissolution, with he the only permanent fixture. Nowadays, Roy's still very much involved in music, having released five solo albums and two more as the Roy Mette Band, with his style now veering from bluesy rock to acoustic reflection. A Greek independent record label, Obscure NWoBHM Releases has recently issued a thirteen song self-titled album of Warrior material gleaned from its meagre recorded output and demos produced at the time.

WARRIOR - Don't Let It Show EP (1980) UK

To Sweden next, for another special find from our friend in the north, Dom, this is the lone release by Warning, the 1984 "Sword & Sorcery" 7", and what a little beauty it truly is. Two lengthy, complex, epic tracks, bristling with invention and true as steel. Imagine if you will, "Ride The Lightning" era METALLICA crossed with MERCYFUL FATE. No kidding! It's that good!!! Or as the corroseum website eloquently puts it, "True Fucking Metal anthems of steel." No lie. You NEED this. Thanks Dom!

WARNING - Swords & Sorcery 7" (1984) Sweden

Can you find a link between REQUIEM, DIAMOND HEAD, SEAN HARRIS BAND & RADIO MOSCOW? I can, his name is Karl Wilcox, and at one time or another was the drummer for all these bands. Following the demise of Requiem, he also found himself as drummer for tonight's final band, Chase. Although in a considerably more progressive vein than his previous act, their sole release, the 1983 "Evensong" 45, is still a very interesting and enjoyable listen for anyone who's tastes are a little wider. Standout track for me is the B-Side instrumental "Evermore Part 2", a complex yet deceptively simple piece of understated mood music. Give it a try if you're looking to expand your musical horizons beyond the sturm und drang of conventional NWOBHM. Apparently, Wilcox still plays occasionally with DIAMOND HEAD, but now lives in the USA where he plays with BLOODROOT.

CHASE - Evensong 7" (1983) UK

Sure there will be something amongst tonight's line up to set your pulse racing, but if not drop me a request in the comments section and i'll see what i can do. Over & out.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Gawd I love that Black Task ep. I picked it up decades ago in a used record bin. Just a plain black sleeve with the band title printed on a sticker and pasted on front, song titles & a small picture glued to the back. A xerox insert with a collage of them and their friends, headbanging & looking evil on the job at McDonald's, etc...
Recorded live to two track & raw as hell. DIY metal doesn't come any better than this.
Thanks for the goodies,

Wednesday, April 02, 2008 10:15:00 PM  
Anonymous nightsblood said...

Cool listings as always! That Leather Nun is a great album that does indeed sound like a veteran outfit delivering the goods. I've heard that the band was involved in a car wreck and that MAY have played a role in their calling it quits... anyone know if that's true or not? I also wonder if the wreck (if real) destroyed some of their LP stock, as relatively few copies of the album have ever surfaced in collectors' circles.

Circus of Power- haven't heard that name in awhile. They did some fun stuff on 'Vices' and 'Magic and Madness'.

Oh, and as a follow-up to a posting from a few weeks ago... Rat Attack is now available on CD from Old Metal Records! Limited pressing of 1000 copies, they've just rolled off the presses. $12 ppd straight from King Fowley; see his posts on The Corroseum and Laplalnd Metal boards if you want to contact him to obtain a copy.

Bigfootkit- were you interested in hearing Ripper's 'and the dead shall rise' album? If so, let me know and I can upload it.

Wednesday, April 02, 2008 10:21:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

As always, thanks a million.

Wednesday, April 02, 2008 11:03:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

glad to hear WARNING
thank you very much

Thursday, April 03, 2008 4:12:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ripper's 'and the dead shall rise' album is still available from Black Widow Records, and can be ordered from the better mailorders (might want to check them under the bandname Rippers too).

Thursday, April 03, 2008 6:41:00 AM  
Anonymous 501blues said...

In reference to a very old post - There was a YES concert up from the Drama era. It shows that it had some Asia/Trevor Rabin demos included. Any chance those can be made available again?

Thursday, April 03, 2008 4:35:00 PM  
Blogger barfly said...

Dear all,

Time Traveller and Bigfoodkit, first of all I wanna thank you a lot, you're doin' a great job!I post this comment just to make sure you checking it! I was blown away by visitor ESH. I was desperately seeking the FULL MOON album for a long time and I came across an extra track and someone who has shared the very moments of this amazing band. I put Full Moon's music on the top level, comparing it undoubtfully with everything else. Mr. ESH please give us more, we want your music and your memories!!!

PS: bigfootkit, I think I know who you are... (remember rory83 from slsk?)

Thursday, April 03, 2008 6:44:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

ooh can't wait to hear the new batch of treats. Can i make a request please - can anyone upload Ostrogoth's "Full Moon's eyes" EP? i once heard snippets and it is absolutely amazing?
Also, i keep listening to the "Energy" 7" from a while back - any chance of the other releases being uploaded? i'd be really grateful - thanks.

Friday, April 04, 2008 9:02:00 AM  
Anonymous nightsblood said...

I can provide the Ostrogoth EP I think... give me a couple of days to get around to it. I don't think it's in print.

Re: Energy, someone mentioned in the Comments section of that post that they could provide some other recordings, so maybe they can make them available.

Re: Ripper still being in print; you're correct. Still, some people might want a chance to hear it before deciding whether to order a copy, especially if they only know the album by reputation. That's why I offered to upload it; I seemed to recall bigfootkit mentioning he was curious whether Ripper was as good as it looked. For anyone wanting to order a copy, Brainticket Records has the reissue CD available for ~ $20.

Friday, April 04, 2008 12:30:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is an awesome blog!! So many little-known metal bands to feast upon...thanks so much for sharing!

Does anyone have the live album by the 80's band Axtion (titled simply "Live Axtion"), which they could post?.

There was a bootleg version on CD floating around (which included their sole studio album too), but sadly, the bootlegger didn't master it correctly so there's a ton of static on the live portion. As such, the original LP is the only way to go, if anyone has it.

Funny enough, their "live" album isnt even "live." It was recorded in the studio and then overdubbed with applause. But still a good listen nonetheless.

Anyway, if someone has a rip of the Live Axtion lp, would be great to hear this again (without the

Thanks and keep up the great work!

Friday, April 04, 2008 4:31:00 PM  
Blogger bigfootkit said...

Woah, big response to this weeks post! Nice to know this batch has went down so well.
I'll try & now cover all those queries...
501 Blues, time traveler was responsible for the Yes upload, but as it seems he's still got pc problems a re-up at the moment seems unlikely for the meantime, sorry.
Barfly, i was also hoping that Esh might furnish us with a couple more Full Moon titbits, but i have no cantact details for him unfortunately. Esh, if you read this, help a brother out, share the booty, pleeze.
Sorry, no Axtion i'm afraid, if i come across it on my travels however, you'll find it here.
Nightsblood, thanks very much for your offer to upload the Ripper album, i'd love to hear it, but the policy is not to blog albums here that are currently available. Sometimes the odd record appears that shouldn't have because i've not been thorough enough in checking availability, but by & large we try to toe that line.
As such, grab that Rat Attack album quick as i'll kill the link soon now that i'm aware of the rerelease.
However if a link to the Ripper album were to appear in the comments section instead of the main page, that would be outwith my control and therefore perfectly acceptable. He hinted, subtly. :)
Many thanks to you as always too, for all the extra info you provide, it's much appreciated.
Regarding Ostrogoth's Full Moon's Eyes EP, it is indeed a great little record, and as Nightsblood has so kindly offered to up it, i don't need to go looking through stacks of cds to try & locate it. Nice one mate!
Oh, and yes I have some more from Energy coming up for those of you who were looking for more of their stuff.

Friday, April 04, 2008 6:09:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You can LISTEN to the Ripper album on the Vibrations of Doom site.
'Death awaits you' is one of the best horror-metal tracks ever! It's also on Metal Massacre VIII by the way. (another version if I'm correct)

Saturday, April 05, 2008 5:45:00 AM  
Anonymous nightsblood said...

Re: vibrationsofdoom, you can indeed listen to stuff there but the sound quality is sometimes so poor that you come away with no idea of what the album sounds like. And not everyone can afford to buy cd reissues having no idea of whether the music is good or whether it's just hyped by a few overzealous fans.

BUT fair enough, the Blog rule is not to post recordings that are currently in press, so I won't upload the Ripper album. No harm, no foul. I also don't want to start a long-running debate about the morality of uploading; anyone wanting to read about that can find lengthy posts by several people on both sides of the argument over at The Corroseum.

TMK the requested Ostrogoth EP is not in press at this time, so a link for 'Full Moon's Eyes" is below. If it is in print, just let me know and I'll disable the link.

Saturday, April 05, 2008 1:16:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

just wanted to say thanks for all the great stuff. how about pacific metal project, there's some great stuff on there. as for the axtion someone requested keep checking here, i'll eventually get around to transferring from vinyl. i was good friends with the band back in the day and was given this album, i also have some different (demo) versions of "look out for the night" that was given to wdve a local radio station here. keep checking back. thanks for everything.

Saturday, April 05, 2008 5:16:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Every week, there is a highlight from the guts of time... Thank you so much, guys!

Sunday, April 06, 2008 3:06:00 AM  
Anonymous Dutchboy said...

Here you'll find some more Ostrogoth stuff and some other Belgium and Dutch bands as well.

Greetings from Holland

Sunday, April 06, 2008 9:47:00 AM  
Anonymous Dutchboy said...

Here's the link I forgot:

Wednesday, April 09, 2008 10:54:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Getting to hear the Pacific Coast Metal Project would be great. I've been dying to check out that Xinr track

Wednesday, April 16, 2008 2:07:00 PM  
Blogger Chewie said...

I just found this site a week ago and it soothes the metal beast in me... Yeah!!!
Anyway, I have a couple of private label metal albums from the bands Cold Steel & Steel Dawn out of Sacramento,CA. The guitar player and singer are the common members in both bands. I can upload them on rapidshare, if you are interested. I was the drummer in their third band, 2 Stone and I would like their music to be heard!

Tuesday, April 22, 2008 8:18:00 PM  
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great blog been looking for the first wild horses album for years great
have you got the only album by a band called tilt. i think it's called ride the tiger.
would be brill if you have it

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