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Cult Tamworth, UK rockers, now recording again after a 16 year break.
Originally formed in 1984, the band released a series of demos on cassette before their 7" vinyl debut Clutching at Straws in 1988. This was swiftly followed by the Wasted But Dangerous 12" EP in the same year. They were highly regarded live performers and eventually caught the attention of Rick Rubin's Def American label, but their debut full length album (Live Fast, Die Fast in 1989) saw little commercial success, oft-attributed to Rubin's very flat production. Read more on Last.fm
Wolfsbane on Thrash Hits
August 11th, 2013
Blaze Bayley can probably legitimately describe himself as a legend. Why he and the rest of Wolfsbane were only on the second stage at Bloodstock Open Air 2013 we’ll never know.
March 12th, 2013
Let’s cut right to the quick: Bloodstock Open Air have added Voivod, Sabaton, Wolfsbane, Xentrix, Powerquest, Skilton, Evil Scarecrow, Mael Mordha, RSJ and Gormathon to their 2013 line-up.
Today’s ten new additions will join the headliners of King Diamond, Lamb of God, and Slayer (along with all the other bands that have been announced thus far) on the bill over at Catton Hall, which in 2013 takes place on the weekend of 08-11 August. Tickets are on sale now, starting at £125 (before fees) and rising depending on what camping, parking, and VIP stuff you add to the mix.