Origin: Finland  
Genres: Thrash Metal
DISBANDED
Last update/review: March 22, 2004

Airdash

Airdash was one of countless thrash bands that sprouted in the late 80's, though one of the few from Finland. Thank God It's Monday, reviewed here, is a standard thrash album, energetic and entertaining but not much different than any number of other albums from that time, with Juha Laine's monotonic vocals hindering the originality of the songs. One member was later seen in the much better Stone, with another (Kirka Sainio) briefly seen in the early days of Gandalf.

Last Lineup

Juha Laine

vocals

Tommy Dolivo

guitars

Roope Sirén

guitars

Kirka Sainio

bass (ex-Gandalf)

Yka (aka Agathon)

drums

Former Members/Guests

Markku Niiranen

guitars (Stone)



Discography


Thank God It's Monday  
1988 Kerberos
  1. Give Up
  2. Helluva Noise
  3. Another Day
  4. White Lies
  5. Spit Your Guts
  6. Without It
  7. Reaper
  8. Thank God It's Monday
  9. Eat Shit
  • Juha Laine
  • Markku Niiranen
  • Roope Sirén
  • Kirka Sainio
  • Yka (aka Agathon)



Vengeance Through Violence  EP
1989 Diablo
  1. Vengeance Through Violence
  2. Blow Under The Belt
  3. Cable Terror
  • Juha Laine
  • Markku Niiranen
  • Roope Sirén
  • Kirka Sainio
  • Yka (aka Agathon)



Hospital Hallucinations Take One  
1990 Diablo
  1. If ...
  2. Youth Hostel (Burial Side)
  3. Jungle Jim
  4. Decent Citizen
  5. Vengeance Through Violence (No Bullshit)
  6. Trigger Happy
  7. Forbidden Thoughts
  8. Sleepwalk
  • Juha Laine
  • Markku Niiranen
  • Roope Sirén
  • Kirka Sainio
  • Yka (aka Agathon)



Both Ends Of The Path  
1991 Black Mark
  1. Liquid Bliss
  2. Hollow Men
  3. Savage Ritual
  4. So It Goes
  5. Soul Of A Renegade
  6. Silent Wall
  7. Deeper Shades
  8. Letter Of Indulgence
  9. Choking Child
  10. View
  11. Take A Look At Me
  12. Got No Blues
  • Juha Laine
  • Tommy Dolivo
  • Roope Sirén
  • Kirka Sainio
  • Yka (aka Agathon)




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