Grim Reaper



Grim Reaper

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Active
1979 to 1988
Location
Droitwich, United Kingdom
A.K.A.
80's UK metal band
Biography
Grim Reaper are a British heavy metal band from the New Wave of British Heavy Metal era. The band was formed in 1979 in Droitwich, England, by guitarist Nick Bowcott. History: Early years (1979-1984): They were discovered after winning a Battle of the Bands featuring over 100 bands. They were eventually signed to Darryl Johnston's Ebony Records, and their debut album was See You in Hell. The album was released in 1984 and was distributed worldwide through RCA Records. Commercial success (1985-1986): Grim Reaper soon became readily identifiable with Bowcott's guitar work and lead vocalist Steve Grimmett's head voice vocals.
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See You in Hell

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Dead on Arrival

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The Show Must Go On

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Now or Never

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Fear No Evil

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Lust for Freedom

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Run for Your Life

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All Hell Let Loose

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Suck It and See

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Lay it on the Line

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Albums, Releases & Mixtapes


Echos From Hell

Echos From Hell

Grim Reaper September 12, 2016

3 Tracks

See You in Hell

See You in Hell

Grim Reaper June 18, 2013

12 Tracks

Fear No Evil

Fear No Evil

Grim Reaper June 18, 2013

9 Tracks

Ten Best

Ten Best

Grim Reaper January 1, 2007

10 Tracks

Rock You to Hell

Rock You to Hell

Grim Reaper October 3, 2000

9 Tracks

Best of Grim Reaper

Best of Grim Reaper

Grim Reaper September 28, 1999

17 Tracks

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