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|Malice - New Breed of Godz |
Founded firmly in the Judas Priest camp, Malice was a highly impressive
Los Angeles based Metal band noted for strenuous live work. Not only did
Malice sound like Judas Priest by warrant of their heavy European
guitar riffing but vocalist James Neal, a practising Buddhist, sounded
uncannily like Judas Priest frontman Rob Halford and guitarist Jay
Reynolds was a deadringer for Judas Priest guitarist K.K. Downing.
Malice's insistence on wearing studded black leather only compounded the
Formed by Portland emigrees, bassist Mark Behn had previously played in
Fire Eye and had also played in another local outfit, Kharma, who also
included Pete Holmes, better known in later years for his role in Black
n' Blue. Guitarist Mick Zane had started out with the 1978 act Rude
Awakening, fronted by Matt McCourt later of Wild Dogs infamy. Zane and
McCourt, alongside Wild Dogs guitarist Jeff Horton and Black n' Blue man
Pete Holmes, would share a later band, DMZ, in 1981. Jay Reynolds was
part of the same club scene, coincidentally appearing in the Matt
McCourt fronted acts 1979's Punk band the Violaters and The Ravers.
It was Jay Reynolds that provided the catalyst for Malice. Having
returned to Portland from Hawaii, where the guitarist had worked with
various acts, he soon forged THE RAVERS. When this band folded Reynolds
set to work assembling Malice, the first rehearsals featuring James
Neal, Matt McCourt, Deen Castronovo, of Wild Dogs, on drums and then
sixteen year old Kip Doran of Evil Genius and The Enemy on guitar.
Making their initial vinyl appearance on the first Metal Blade Records
'Metal Massacre' compilation album, the only band to contribute two
tracks, with 'Captive Of Light' and 'Kick You Down', Malice were in fact
at that stage not yet a band, the five members only deciding on a
permanent union following the sessions. Introducing bassist Mark Behn
and drummer Peter Laufmann, this formation the group relocated to Los
Angeles. The buzz on Malice now rollercoasted with the respected Dutch
magazine 'Aardschok' giving the band a cover story a mere two months
after their formation. The band's first gig came in November 1982
appearing at Los Angeles Troubadour Club headlining a bill with
Metallica and Pandemonium as opening acts. A line-up change saw the
introduction of with new drummer Cliff Carruthers, previously with Snow
and Assassin. The quintet's ensuing Michael Wagener produced demo proved
an immense tour de force and Malice soon found themselves at the centre
of a record company bidding war. Atlantic Records snapped up the band
in July 1984 and the demo comprised half of Malice's first album, 1985's
'In The Beginning', the remaining tracks being produced by Ashley Howe.
Second album 'License To Kill', was produced by Max Norman. The record,
surfacing in 1986, was another strong contender. Guests in the studio
included Megadeth men Dave Mustaine and Dave Ellefson and Black n'
Blue's Tommy Thayer and Jaime St. James.
Malice toured with W.A.S.P. on the west coast and despite making headway
with a strong record, a European tour supporting thrashers Slayer
proved to be a disastrous mismatch with the headliner's fans hostility
showing itself openly with spitting and verbal abuse.
Malice folded in late 1987. Reynolds was very briefly to flirt with
Megadeth although the friend he entrusted this confidential information
to and tutored Reynolds on Megadeth riffs, Jeff Young, put his own name
forward and landed the coveted position.
A third Malice release, 'Crazy In The Night' was issued in 1988,
although none of the tracks featured Neal, his place having been taken
in the studio by two singers, nineteen year old Mark Weitz, who had
recorded with L.A. Rocks, and Paul Sabu. The latter a strange union
bearing in mind Sabu's AOR history. Neal did, however, appear in a
concert sequence in the movie 'Vice Versa'. Subsequently, Weitz briefly
teamed up with Americade then Impelliterri.
Zane, Behn and Carruthers attempted to sustain Malice but, with no
product forthcoming they split the band. In 1995 Zane and Behn returned
to the fray with the Los Angeles based Monster, releasing the 'Through
The Eyes Of The World' album on Long Island Records. Monster featured
Behn's old Kharma bandmate Pete Holmes and previously unknown vocalist
Mark Isham. Ex-Malice guitarist Jay Reynolds would resurface in early
2004 as a member of the re-vamped Metal Church.
In November 2006 a press statement announced that Malice had been
resurrected by guitar players Mick Zane and Jay Reynolds, bassist Mark
Behn together with Pete Holmes, of Black n' Blue, on drums and "newfound
vocal sensation" Brian Allen, of Last Empire, fronting the band.
Jay Reynolds – Guitars (ex-Neverland, ex-Megadeth, ex-Metal Church)
Mick Zane – Guitars (ex-Monster)
Pete Holmes – Drums (Black Symphony, WWIII, ex-Monster, ex-Wild Dogs)
James Rivera – Vocals (Helstar, Killing Machine, ex-New Eden, ex-Seven
Witches, ex-Vicious Rumors, ex-Flotsam and Jetsam, ex-Agent Steel)
Robert Cardenas – Bass (Coffin Texts, Engrave, ex-Agent Steel, ex-Diabolic, ex-Saprophagous, ex-Possessed)
01. New Breed Of Godz
02. Hell Rider
03. Against The Empire
04. Branded (New song)
05. Sinister Double
06. Circle Of Fire
07. Stellar Masters
08. Winds Of Death (Angel Of Light)
09. Air Attack
10. Chain Gang Woman
11. Slipping Through The Cracks
12. Godz Of Thunder Genre:Music Dvd Bitrate:Others Size:6.42 GB
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