Origin: Germany
Genres: Thrash Metal

Deathrow  


Deathrow's first two albums displayed the kind of noisy Germanic thrash typical of the period (similar to bands like Destruction or Iron Angel), but switched gears a bit on the latter two albums, opting for a more progressive style based on complex thrash arrangements. Deception Ignored really showed some promise, though it was a bit disjointed in places, but despite critical acclaim, the band broke up after their fourth album, the lesser-known Life Beyond.

Current Members

Milo

bass/vocals

Uwe Osterlehner

guitars (End Amen)

Sven Flugge

guitars

Markus Hahn

drums

Former Members/Guests

Thomas Priebe

guitars


Discography



Riders Of Doom 
1986 Noise
  1. Winds Of Death
  2. Satan's Gift
  3. Riders Of Doom
  4. Hell's Ascent
  5. Spider Attack
  6. Slaughtered
  7. Violent Omen
  8. Dark Tales
  9. Samhain
  • Milo
  • Thomas Priebe
  • Sven Flugge
  • Markus Hahn

Reviews:   Metal Observer 



Raging Steel 
1987 Noise
  1. The Dawn
  2. Raging Steel
  3. Scattered By The Wind
  4. Dragon's Blood
  5. The Thing Within
  6. Pledge To Die
  7. Mortal Dread
  8. The Undead Cry
  9. Beyond The Light
  • Milo
  • Thomas Priebe
  • Sven Flugge
  • Markus Hahn

Reviews:   Metal Observer 



Deception Ignored 
1988 Noise
  1. Events In Concealment
  2. The Deathwish
  3. Triocton
  4. N.L.Y.H.
  5. Watching The World
  6. Narcotic
  7. Machinery
  8. Bureaucrazy
  • Milo
  • Uwe Osterlehner
  • Sven Flugge
  • Markus Hahn




Life Beyond 
1992 WVR
  1. Life Beyond
  2. Behind Closed Eyes
  3. Towers In Darkness
  4. Hidden Truth
  5. Harlequins Mask
  6. Homosapiens Superior
  7. Suicide Arena
  8. Reflected Mind
  9. The Remembrance
  • Milo
  • Uwe Osterlehner
  • Sven Flugge
  • Markus Hahn


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