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Witchfinder General

Country of origin:
United Kingdom
Location:
Stourbridge
Status:
Active
Formed in:
1979
Genre:
NWOBHM, Doom Metal
Lyrical themes:
Drugs, Sex, Music, Occultism, Death
Current label:
Buried by Time and Dust Records
Years active:
1979-1984, 2006-present
Witchfinder General were highly influenced by Black Sabbath and rode in on the NWOBHM. They were well known for featuring topless witches on their album covers, one of which was the very popular model, Joanne Latham.

Zac Bajjon never really played bass for Witchfinder General. He rehearsed with them for about two weeks. Covered a Black Sabbath tune, but no WFG material or recordings and never ...
Current
Phil Cope Guitars (1979-1984, 2006-present)
Rod Hawks Bass (1982-1984, 2006-present)
Derm the Germ Drums (1983-1984, 2006-present)
Gary Martin Vocals (2007-present)
Past
Johnny Fisher Bass (1979-1980)
Steve Kinsell Drums (1979-1982)
Zeeb Parkes Vocals (1979-1984)
Kevin "Toss" McCready (R.I.P. 2008) Bass (1981-1982)
Graham Ditchfield Drums (1982-1983)
Phil Cope Guitars (1979-1984, 2006-present)
Rod Hawks Bass (1982-1984, 2006-present)
Derm the Germ Drums (1983-1984, 2006-present)
Gary Martin Vocals (2007-present)
Johnny Fisher Bass (1979-1980)
Steve Kinsell Drums (1979-1982)
Zeeb Parkes Vocals (1979-1984)
Kevin "Toss" McCready (R.I.P. 2008) Bass (1981-1982)
Graham Ditchfield Drums (1982-1983)
Added by: TheGreatNads Modified by: Doomsday
Added on: 2002-07-19 05:15:12 Last modified on: 2014-07-05 05:40:50
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