Origin: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA  
Genres: Thrash Metal
DISBANDED
Last update/review: February 7, 2016

Holocross

These guys originally released their first album in 1985 as Iron Cross, then the same quartet emerged three years later with a new band name Holocross and a self-titled album. Holocross was a rather hyperactive but mindless late-80's thrash album, featuring a vocalist who at times sounds a bit like Overkill's Blitz. They were finished by around 1990, and then some 15 years later a followup, Hypercaust, came out, presumably the result of a short-time reunion.

Last Lineup

Char R.G.

vocals

P.J. Macin

guitars

Mike Getsy

bass

Ray Molinari

drums

Former Members/Guests

Max Uzax

bass



Discography


Warhead  
1985
  1. Set Your Sites
  2. Slaughter House
  3. Waiting for the Axe
  4. Warhead
  5. F.K.Z.
  6. Send for the Cross
  7. Come and Get It
  8. Chain Gang
  9. Cold Steel
  10. Crucible
  • Char R.G.
  • P.J. Macin
  • Max Uzax
  • Ray Molinari



Holocross  
1988 New Renaissance
  1. Wolf Pack
  2. Bombardment
  3. Warpath
  4. B. Hive
  5. Seizure
  6. Manslaughter
  7. Murder Cycle
  8. Drill
  9. Ptomaine
  10. Battle Stations
  • Char R.G.
  • P.J. Macin
  • Max Uzax
  • Ray Molinari



Hypercaust  
2005
  1. Painful Reminder
  2. The Bludgeoning
  3. Guidance in Violence
  4. Intro
  5. Ded Bolt
  6. Incoming
  7. Hollenlarm/Death Rattle
  8. Body Bag
  9. A.I.M.
  10. Hypercaust




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