First known as simply Wrathchild (finally adding
to avoid legal issues with the British glam band of the same name),
Wrathchild America played a brand of accessible thrash that,
although released on a major label, never really got a lot of
Though quite competent, the band didn't really stand out in the
sea of late-80's thrash acts that were flooding the scene.
After two albums, the band changed name to
Souls At Zero
and continued for a time in that incarnation before disbanding.
Guitarist Jay Abbene was later seen in
for awhile (but never recorded, and didn't stay long),
and drummer Shannon Larkin joined Ugly Kid Joe (who apparently
are no more), before joining Amen.
Climbin' The Walls
- Climbin' the walls
- Hell's gates
- No deposit, no return
- London after midnight
- Candy from a madman
- Silent darkness (Smothered life)
- Day of the thunder
- 3-D man
- Gentleman death
- Forever alone
- Surrounded by idiots
- Desert grins
- What's your pleasure?
- Another nameless face
- I ain't drunk, I'm just drinkin'