Origin: Portland, Oregon, USA  
Genres: Thrash Metal
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Last update/review: September 23, 2015

Wehrmacht

These self-described "beer-core" maniacs generated a bit of buzz in the late eighties with their brand of messy, punky, speedy, humorous thrash, releasing two albums on the prototypical low-budget indie metal label of the day, New Renaissance Records. Two of the members later formed an even less serious band called Spazztic Blurr, who released one album in 1988. Twenty years later the entire band reformed and an EP was released in 2010.

Current Members

Tito Matos

vocals

John Duffy

guitars

Marco Zorich

guitars

Shann Mortimer

bass

Brian Lehfeldt

drums



Discography


Shark Attack  
1987 New Renaissance
  1. Shark Attack
  2. Blow You Away
  3. S.O.P.
  4. Jabberjaw
  5. Barrage of Skankers
  6. United Shoebrothers
  7. Part II...
  8. Go Home
  9. Anti
  10. Napalm Shower
  11. Crazy People Die
  12. Fretboard Gymnastics
  13. Termination
  • Tito Matos
  • John Duffy
  • Marco Zorich
  • Shann Mortimer
  • Brian Lehfeldt



Biermacht  
1988 Shark
  1. You Broke My Heart (So I Broke Your Face)
  2. Gore Flix
  3. Drink Beer Be Free
  4. The Wehrmacht
  5. Everb
  6. Munchies
  7. Night of Pain, Pt. 1
  8. Balance of Opinion
  9. Suck My Dick
  10. Interlude
  11. Drink Jack
  12. Radical Dissection
  13. Outro
  • Tito Matos
  • John Duffy
  • Marco Zorich
  • Shann Mortimer
  • Brian Lehfeldt



Fast As A Shark Attack  EP
2010 independent
  1. Jawz Psycho Party Puke (Intro)
  2. Shark Attack
  3. Fast as a Shark (Accept cover)
  4. Hey Shann! (Interlude)
  5. United Shoebrothers
  6. Blank... (Interlude)
  7. Sweet Puke Memories (Hidden Track)
  • Tito Matos
  • John Duffy
  • Marco Zorich
  • Shann Mortimer
  • Brian Lehfeldt




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