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Ritual: “Into the Night” / “Burning” (debut single, Romany Records, 1981, reissued 1990)

Widow: “That Woman” (demo, 1982)

This is an excellent track.

I can find no information about this band, but the youtube description says that this is a UK band and the track is from a 1982 demo. Any additional information would be appreciated.

wolfgangvonposerkiller:

Raven - Hard Ride 1981 single

Raven’s second single, A-side, Neat Records

bonded-by-metal:

Girlschool - (I’m your) Victim

Hit and Run LP, Bronze Records, 1981

Def Leppard: On Through the Night

Vertigo Records, 1980 (in the UK and Europe); Mercury Records, 1980 (North America)

bonded-by-metal:

Angel Witch - Dead Sea Scrolls

As Above, So Below LP, Rise Above/Metal Blade Records, 2012

mosquito-crucifixion:

OVERDRIVE -“Swords and Axes”-LP [Banzai, 1984]

Swedish NWOBHM-period metal

bonded-by-metal:

Venom - 1000 Days in Sodom

Welcome to Hell LP, Neat Records, 1981

vintage Strong Arm of the Law patches

Tokyo Blade: “Night of the Blade” (title track from their second full-length LP, Roadrunner Records, 1984)

Judas Priest: Sad Wings of Destiny

Second album, Gull Records, 1976

Judas Priest were one of the godfathers of the NWOBHM, and their second album defined their sound. “The Ripper”, “Genocide”, “Tyrant”, and the set-piece “Victim of Changes” continue to be standards of the band’s live performances (while songs from their debut LP Rocka Rolla were retired by 1978).

This album, along with the earlier Rocka Rolla, were reissued many times by numerous labels over the decades; and tracks from both records were compiled many times beginning with 1978’s The Best of Judas Priest (consisting only of tracks from their two Gull Records releases) and the 1981 Hero Hero (a double-album which essentially repackages both Gull Records LPs). Other collections of their Gull Records output include 2000’s CD collection Genocide.

Shiva: “Rock Lives On” (the A-side of their first single, Heavy Metal Records, 1982)