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"Bloodstock BOTB Review"

"They have a great presence with the crowd who were supportive all the way through the set and beyond into the night. A good old fashioned metal band who have and will continue to stand the test of time, this is a band that should be booked and viewed again, if you can catch them at one of the gigs on their page currently then do so, you will not be disappointed."
- Bloodstock BOTB Review
- Bloodstock BOTB website

"Temper about to Explode"

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Thank you - Surrey Advertiser | What's On Magazine


Origin of Brutality Debut Album (2009) - produced by lead singer of Nosferatu Lewis Childs

1)In Extremis
2)Devil Down
3)Evil Standpoint
4)Drink | Destroy
7)Mr. Temper
9)King of Fears
10)Witch Hunter
11)World Is Yours

The 'Beneath A Vexatious Storm' EP (2007):

2)King of Fears
3)Mr. Temper

The 'Eve of Destruction' EP (2006):

1)Drink | Destroy
2)Restrained & Contained
3)World Is Yours
4)Some Rare special editions were released with a live studio demo video of King of Fears




A Southern UK Metal & Rock band reminding people that oldschool never dies and that mixed with the right amount of crazy you can get some seriously good contemporary music going on!

If you want to know more listen, but if you need to read then this is what the band have to say for themselves:


Music is my way of anger management teamed with a need to vent some creativity. I started experimenting with vocals when I was 14. Nothing cool, just recording rhymes and things onto a tape deck. Then when I was 16 I joined my first band (Stoic Breed) and started doing what I've grown to love. My musical tastes have always been quite scattered and I've let this influence what I've brought to the bands I've been in. I will listen to anything I really don't mind. If I like it, I like it. It's weird because the older I get the more I get into my old school metal and rock, but I still love that touch of eccentricity in the music I indulge myself with. But when it comes down to it, there's nothing better than a rocking riff, a gut wrenching scream and a good mosh!


Ever since I can remember I have been interested in music. So the first chance I got I started to play guitar, in the guitar club at school. You know the sort of thing "Yellow Submarine", "Let It Be" - it was a start! Eventually I managed to get hold of an electric guitar and started a band. Which is where I discovered the bass guitar. When the bass player left I got the chance to take over, I sold all my guitars and bought a bass rig. I’ve never looked back! I try to listen to as much music as possible and some of my influences are: Led Zeppelin, Deep Purple, Metallica, Rage Against The Machine, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Pink Floyd, Faith No More, Pantera, Alice In Chains, Dream Theater. Basically anything that provokes a response or has some imagination. So that's me.


I first picked up the guitar when I was 11, when I started to discover the hair metal bands of the late 80's/early 90's. The guitar teachers at school only taught classical guitar, so I ended up teaching myself proper guitar by playing along to records and learning from my mistakes. Over the years my music tastes have changed through discovering new bands, but I love anything with a good, loud riff. I started playing in bands not long after this, and from then on playing live has been my passion. I've played in many different styles of bands over the years, but nothing can beat the feeling of cranking that amp and bruising some ear drums!


I’ve been playing guitar since 13 when I saw a gun’s n roses vid and wanted to do what Slash was doing. I quickly got into the heavier stuff (Metallica, Megadeth, Pantera) with Dano and we would jam together a lot as kids. I also took some lessons from a local teacher who introduced me to Van Halen, Vai and other guys I’d never heard of till then. I’ve been in a few bands playing different styles (met Charlie in the previous one) but always ended up wanting to play the Metal I grew up on. So I started to look for like minded guys to start a metal band with.


Heavily into music from an early age, but was totally blown away by the Guns n Roses album 'Appetite for destruction'. Soon after i picked up some drum sticks, joined a rock band and started gigging! Gigging and bands have seen me touring and playing all over Europe, and on more than one occasion have been described as a 'full throttle' drummer!!! Previous bands include.... Mother Sun, Nosferatu and White Line Fever