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And the Bands Played On | Saxon

hitoshura1989:

And the Bands Played On by Saxon from the 1981 album Denim And Leather

(Carrere Records)

infernal—death:

Backpatch came today #tank #tankband #filthhoundsofhades #nwobhm #heavymetal

Weapon: “It’s a Mad Mad World”

7” single A-side, independent/self-released, 1980

Monsters of Rock / Castle Donington

(various artists concert LP) Polydor Records, 1980

LP recorded at the first Monsters of Rock festival at Castle Donnington. The cover art for the US and international editions was very different though the record’s content was identical.

This festival is considered one of the first major events of the NWOBHM period.

Astral Rider | Cloven Hoof

Cloven Hoof: “Astral Rider”

From their third (often overlooked) LP, A Sultan’s Ransom, FM Revolver Records, 1989

Jameson Raid

Cynic: “Suicide”

7” single A-side, self-released, 1983

Biff Byford, Steve Dawson, and Graham Oliver of Saxon

Circa 1985

Blitzkrieg | Blitzkrieg

hitoshura1989:

Blitzkrieg by Blitzkrieg from the 1981 single Buried Alive. Note:There’s 2 more versions of this song but this is the original version.

(Neat Records)

Tysondog: “Eat the Rich”

debut 7” single, Neat Records, 1983

Satan: “KIss of Death”

Debut 7” single A-side, Guardian Records n’ Tapes, 1982

Very early Judas Priest lineup, 1973 or earlier.

Armageddon | Blitzkrieg

hitoshura1989:

Armageddon by Blitzkrieg from the 1985 debut album A Time of Changes

(Neat Records)

Jody Turner of Rock Goddess, KERRANG! Magazine, November 1984

porkmagazine:

DEF LEPPARD - ROCK BRIGADE
DEF LEPPARD’S FIRST RECORD HAS TURNED INTO A TOTAL FAVORITE…

Early (pre-LP) version of the opening track from their first full-length LP, On Through the Night, Vertigo Records, 1980