Origin: London, England  
Genres: NWOBHM
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Desolation Angels

NWOBHM band Desolation Angels formed in 1981 and made some headway in the early 80's, but by the time their self-titled album was released in 1986 the NWOBHM wave had passed, and the albums sub-par production didn't matters, which is a shame since there were some quality songs on display. They seemingly disappeared soon after that (in fact the band might have initially broken up before the album even came out), though apparently a couple of cassette-only releases were made in the early 90's. Finally a modified lineup put out an EP in 2014 and a new album in 2017. That album, King, pretty much picks up where the debut left off, as features NWOBHM-inspired, no-frills traditional metal.

Current Members

Paul Taylor

vocals (Elixir)

Robin Brancher

guitars

Keith Sharp

guitars

Clive Pearson

bass

Chris Takka

drums

Former Members/Guests

Dave Wall

vocals

Ian Davies

vocals

Joe Larner

bass

Dave Scutt

bass

Brett "Avok" Robertson

drums (ex-Blood Money, Morgueazm)

Sam Wilmore

drums



Discography


Desolation Angels  
1986 independent
  1. Spirit Of The Deep
  2. Evil Possessor
  3. Valhalla
  4. Unsung Hero
  5. Death Machine
  6. Wild Gypsy
  7. Women
  8. Dance Of The Demons
  9. Angry Rain
  • Dave Wall
  • Robin Brancher
  • Keith Sharp
  • Joe Larner
  • Brett "Avok" Robertson



While The Flame Still Burns  
1991
  • Dave Wall
  • Robin Brancher
  • Keith Sharp
  • Dave Scutt



English Bastards  EP
1991
  • Dave Wall
  • Robin Brancher
  • Keith Sharp
  • Dave Scutt
  • Sam Wilmore



Sweeter The Meet  EP
2014
  1. Sweeter the Meat
  2. Metal Man
  3. Medusa
  4. Archangel
  5. Set Your Spirit Free
  6. 5/tracks//deso-5
  7. Doomsday
  8. Another Turn of the Screw
  9. Devil Sent
  10. Rotten to the Core
  11. Your Blackened Heart
  12. Find Your Life
  13. Hellfire
  14. Sky of Pain
  15. My Demon Inside
  • Ian Davies
  • Robin Brancher
  • Keith Sharp
  • Clive Pearson
  • Chris Takka



King  
2017 independent




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