Decades: 1990s 2000s


This New York power-trio exploded onto the heavy metal scene in 1980. Formed by ex-Elf guitarist David Feinstein, the line-up was completed by drummer Carl Canedy and bass player Stephen Farmer. Although heavily influenced by Kiss, Ted Nugent and Deep Purple, they transformed these influences into a unique sound that was at once aggressive, powerful and uncompromising. Rock Hard, released on the independent Primal label, was a terse and anthemic debut, which eventually led to the inking of a contract with Arista Records. Gary Bordonaro replaced Farmer before their first major label release (a remixed version of Rock Hard, with three additional tracks). Wild Dogs was a disappointing follow-up and sold poorly, which ensured the band would be dropped by their label. Consigned once more to the independent sector, In The Raw was a poorly produced collection of demos, while the live album suffered from muddy sound and uninspired performances. By this stage the band had...

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