This Californian ‘white metal’ quartet was formed in 1984 by David Raymond Reeves (lead vocals) and Don Webster (guitar). Enlisting the services of Ed Ott (bass) and Michael Betts (drums), it took another four years before the band made their debut with a track on 1988’s California Metal compilation. A contract with Regency Records ensued and their self-titled debut album emerged as a competent amalgam of Stryper, Barren Cross and Bloodgood. It was, however, discredited somewhat by Reeves’ limited vocal ability.
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