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The Mentors

Country of origin:
United States
Location:
Seattle, Washington (early) / Hollywood, California (now)
Status:
Active
Formed in:
1977
Genre:
Heavy/Thrash Metal/Punk
Lyrical themes:
Sex, Drugs, Alcohol, Violence, Misogyny
Current label:
Mentors
Years active:
1977-present
They started in Seattle, Washington (1977) in high school as a few friends jamming out. When they moved down the coast to Holly Wood, California is when things started to move. With the release of their Trashbag ep/Get Up And Die and the Live At The Whiskey (Cathey De Grande) the precedent was set for the later works which were to come. When the albums You Axed For It and Up The Dose came out ...
Current
Dr. Heathen Scum Bass (1977-1979, 1984-1986, 1989-present)
See also: Pope Heathen Scum, The Mantors, ex-Mentorhawk, Church of El Duce, Kill Allen Wrench, ex-El Duce
Sickie Wifebeater Guitars (1977-present)
See also: ex-Jesters of Destiny, ex-Mentorhawk
Mad Dog Vocals (2005-2008), Vocals, Drums (2008-present)
See also: The Mantors, Adema, American Standard
Past
El Duce Vocals, Drums (1977-1997)
(R.I.P. 1997) See also: ex-El Duce, ex-Gardy-Loo!, ex-The Screamers
Jeff Dahl Bass (1979-1980)
See also: ex-Powertrip
Jack Shit Bass (1980)
Mike Dewey Bass (1980-1984)
Ripper Bass (1984-1985)
Poppa Sneaky Spermshooter Bass (1986-1987)
(R.I.P. 1991) See also: ex-Powertrip
Zippy Bass (1987-1989)
Insect on Acid Drums (1989-1990)
Moosedick Drums (1991-2008)
Sickie Jr Guitars (rhythm) (2001-2010)
El Rapo Vocals (2001-2005)
Current (Live)
Licks Muffstuff Guitars
See also: Jake E. Lee's Red Dragon Cartel, ex-Ozzy Osbourne, ex-Dio, ex-Sexist, ex-Badlands, ex-Enuff Z'Nuff, ex-Mickey Ratt, ex-Ratt, ex-Rough Cutt
Past (Live)
Scott "Wino" Weinrich Bass (1986)
See also: Saint Vitus, Spirit Caravan, The Obsessed, Wino, Shrinebuilder, Probot (live), ex-Premonition 13, ex-The Hidden Hand, ex-Shine, Wino & Conny Ochs, ex-Place of Skulls, ex-Lost Breed, ex-Victor Griffin
Oakie Greenhorn Bass (1987)
Scum Bitch Bass (1989-1990)
Paul van Rijswijk Guitars (2000, 2002, 2010, 2012)
See also: Emerald, Final Heiress, ex-Afterdark, ex-Hammerhawk, ex-Mentorhawk, ex-Warrior, ex-Goddess of Desire
Dr. Heathen Scum Bass (1977-1979, 1984-1986, 1989-present)
See also: Pope Heathen Scum, The Mantors, ex-Mentorhawk, Church of El Duce, Kill Allen Wrench, ex-El Duce
Sickie Wifebeater Guitars (1977-present)
See also: ex-Jesters of Destiny, ex-Mentorhawk
Mad Dog Vocals (2005-2008), Vocals, Drums (2008-present)
See also: The Mantors, Adema, American Standard
El Duce Vocals, Drums (1977-1997)
(R.I.P. 1997) See also: ex-El Duce, ex-Gardy-Loo!, ex-The Screamers
Jeff Dahl Bass (1979-1980)
See also: ex-Powertrip
Jack Shit Bass (1980)
Mike Dewey Bass (1980-1984)
Ripper Bass (1984-1985)
Poppa Sneaky Spermshooter Bass (1986-1987)
(R.I.P. 1991) See also: ex-Powertrip
Zippy Bass (1987-1989)
Insect on Acid Drums (1989-1990)
Moosedick Drums (1991-2008)
Sickie Jr Guitars (rhythm) (2001-2010)
El Rapo Vocals (2001-2005)
Current
Licks Muffstuff Guitars
See also: Jake E. Lee's Red Dragon Cartel, ex-Ozzy Osbourne, ex-Dio, ex-Sexist, ex-Badlands, ex-Enuff Z'Nuff, ex-Mickey Ratt, ex-Ratt, ex-Rough Cutt
Past
Scott "Wino" Weinrich Bass (1986)
See also: Saint Vitus, Spirit Caravan, The Obsessed, Wino, Shrinebuilder, Probot (live), ex-Premonition 13, ex-The Hidden Hand, ex-Shine, Wino & Conny Ochs, ex-Place of Skulls, ex-Lost Breed, ex-Victor Griffin
Oakie Greenhorn Bass (1987)
Scum Bitch Bass (1989-1990)
Paul van Rijswijk Guitars (2000, 2002, 2010, 2012)
See also: Emerald, Final Heiress, ex-Afterdark, ex-Hammerhawk, ex-Mentorhawk, ex-Warrior, ex-Goddess of Desire
Added by: Danthrax_Nasty Modified by: OpsiusCato
Added on: 2004-01-03 21:39:51 Last modified on: 2014-04-15 17:44:09
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