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About Exorcist

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1) Exorcist was a raw speed metal act from the mid-80s, heavily inspired by Venom. It was speculated for a long time that this band was actually Virgin Steele (Noble Savage era lineup) in disguise, letting off creative steam by releasing material radically different from their other works. Another reason for the different name and disguise was the then-ongoing legal conflict with band founder Jack Starr, who had been removed from the band in favor of guitarist Edward Pursino and argued that they could no longer call themselves Virgin Steele.
While the band long disputed that they were indeed Exorcist, there is various evidence to the contrary. For one, the style played was fairly close to that of Piledriver, for whom Defeis and Pursino had been writing music at the time. For another, when the vocals weren't overly distorted by growling or studio effects, the similarities to David Defeis voice were glaring - the chorus to "Black Mass" being the most obvious example. Last of all, on the song "Fire and Ecstasy" from Virgin Steele's 2000 album "House of Atreus Act II" is actually exactly the same as the Exorcist song "Call for the Exorcist", aside from different vocals and lyrics.


2) After being influenced by the Rave scene of 1988, Ricky P aka Exorcist started on his venture to become a DJ. He played at numerous venues across London and the UK and went on to play for Impact 88.2Fm and then Eruption 101.3FM for a good few years. Since the mid 90's, Ricky has been producing music for the Abstrakt Mindz and Intelligent Mindz Record labels. At present Ricky is working on a number of projects for his Extreme Sounds Record Label ranging from Drum & Bass to Funky House which are scheduled for release throughout 2007.

3) Exorcist are also an Speed/Thrash/Death metal band from Poland, who recorded a string of Demo's in the mid to late 80's.

4) Exorcist are an Orthodox Christian industrial band from Russia.
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Genres:
Deathcore, Thrash Metal, Metal
Band Members:
► Vokal : Farid, ► Gitar : Valen
Hometown:
Malang, Indonesia

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Rainbow T-Shirt
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Circle Beanie
$20.0 USD

About Exorcist

There is more than one artist with this name:


1) Exorcist was a raw speed metal act from the mid-80s, heavily inspired by Venom. It was speculated for a long time that this band was actually Virgin Steele (Noble Savage era lineup) in disguise, letting off creative steam by releasing material radically different from their other works. Another reason for the different name and disguise was the then-ongoing legal conflict with band founder Jack Starr, who had been removed from the band in favor of guitarist Edward Pursino and argued that they could no longer call themselves Virgin Steele.
While the band long disputed that they were indeed Exorcist, there is various evidence to the contrary. For one, the style played was fairly close to that of Piledriver, for whom Defeis and Pursino had been writing music at the time. For another, when the vocals weren't overly distorted by growling or studio effects, the similarities to David Defeis voice were glaring - the chorus to "Black Mass" being the most obvious example. Last of all, on the song "Fire and Ecstasy" from Virgin Steele's 2000 album "House of Atreus Act II" is actually exactly the same as the Exorcist song "Call for the Exorcist", aside from different vocals and lyrics.


2) After being influenced by the Rave scene of 1988, Ricky P aka Exorcist started on his venture to become a DJ. He played at numerous venues across London and the UK and went on to play for Impact 88.2Fm and then Eruption 101.3FM for a good few years. Since the mid 90's, Ricky has been producing music for the Abstrakt Mindz and Intelligent Mindz Record labels. At present Ricky is working on a number of projects for his Extreme Sounds Record Label ranging from Drum & Bass to Funky House which are scheduled for release throughout 2007.

3) Exorcist are also an Speed/Thrash/Death metal band from Poland, who recorded a string of Demo's in the mid to late 80's.

4) Exorcist are an Orthodox Christian industrial band from Russia.
Show More
Genres:
Deathcore, Thrash Metal, Metal
Band Members:
► Vokal : Farid, ► Gitar : Valen
Hometown:
Malang, Indonesia

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