Damien - Possession





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Published on Mar 25, 2010

From the album EVERY DOG HAS IT'S DAY

This is probably the best track off this album, reminds me of Judas Priest only with a Warrel Dane-esque vocalist. Top notch band, although too light for the thrashers and too heavy for the Glamsters. If you enjoy this, I suggest you try

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No exact date has ever been pinpointed, but some time during the close of the 1970's and the beginning of the 1980's a powerful metal group formed in Toledo, Ohio - they called themselves DAMIEN. Influenced by some of the greatest bands of their day, Judas Priest, Black Sabbath, UFO, Scorpions, Michael Schenker, Ronnie James Dio and Iron Maiden (to mention a few), this group of eager metal-heads joined forces to create their own unique and intense brand of heavy metal. Early on the band shuffled some members, but one by one the pieces fell into place and eventually the final lineup would include: Chuck Stohl (lead guitars), Randy "Wolf" Mikelson (lead vocals), Kevin "Killer" Kekes (bass), Fritz Adamshick (rhythm guitars), and Johnny "Evil" Cappelletty (drums). They were the perfect blend of talent and skill, each filling a specific role in the band, and together forming the one and only, DAMIEN.


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