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XINR

Country of origin:
United States
Location:
Portland, Oregon
Status:
Split-up
Formed in:
1984
Genre:
Heavy Metal
Lyrical themes:
God, Christianity, Life
Last label:
Unsigned/independent
Years active:
1984
The band's name is pronounced "ex-sinner".

XINR disbanded later in 1984 when Shaun Tramel and Anton Joseph Saiz died in a motorcycle accident.

Compilation Appearances:
- "Everpresent Angel" on Pacific Metal Project (Restless, 1985)
- "All Hallows Eve" on Grave Command: All Hallowed Hymns (Unseen Force, 2012)
Last known
Kenny Stocks Bass
Paul Dreyer Drums
See also: ex-Meathook
Roger DeCarlo Guitars
See also: Cruella, ex-Arachnid, ex-Bunk Dope, ex-Electric Nutz, ex-Madd Monkey
Past
Shaun Tramel (R.I.P. 1984) Guitars
Anton Joseph "Tony" Saiz (R.I.P. 1984) Vocals
Kenny Stocks Bass
Paul Dreyer Drums
See also: ex-Meathook
Roger DeCarlo Guitars
See also: Cruella, ex-Arachnid, ex-Bunk Dope, ex-Electric Nutz, ex-Madd Monkey
Shaun Tramel (R.I.P. 1984) Guitars
Anton Joseph "Tony" Saiz (R.I.P. 1984) Vocals
Added by: Shadoeking Modified by: Storm of the Light's Bane
Added on: 2008-12-01 14:00:16 Last modified on: 2018-01-17 16:58:24