Origin: Japan  
Genres: 80's Metal
DISBANDED
Last update/review: September 28, 2006

Sabbrabells

The Japanese metal scene of the eighties was actually quite healthy, though only some (Loudness, Anthem, Earthshaker) ever released anything outside their country. Sabbrabells was one of those who didn't, managing a middling career in Japan but relegated to little-known cult status outside. Their style wasn't radically different from the aforementioned bands, and in particular their vocalist, though somewhat higher-pitched than others, had that classic intonation that seemlingly every singer from Japan has.

Last Lineup

Kiichi Takahashi

vocals

Hiroyuki Sano

guitars

Junichiro Matsukawa

guitars

Keiichi Miyao

bass

Shigeo Ishibashi

drums

Former Members/Guests

Fumikazu Sekiguchi

drums



Discography


Sabbrabells  
1983 Explosion
  1. Devil's Rondo
  2. Hell's Rider
  3. (japanese title)
  4. Wolf Man
  5. (japanese title)
  6. (japanese title)
  7. Black Hill
  • Kiichi Takahashi
  • Hiroyuki Sano
  • Junichiro Matsukawa
  • Keiichi Miyao
  • Fumikazu Sekiguchi



Dogfight  EP
1985 Soundworld
  1. Metal Saber
  2. Water Night
  3. Stop The Motion
  4. Dog Fight
  • Kiichi Takahashi
  • Hiroyuki Sano
  • Junichiro Matsukawa
  • Keiichi Miyao
  • Shigeo Ishibashi



Live!  
1986 King
  1. Metal Saber
  2. Cold Bloody Men
  3. Hell's Rider
  4. Midori Iro No Me No Onna
  5. Shinigami No Namida
  6. Devil's Rondo
  • Kiichi Takahashi
  • Hiroyuki Sano
  • Junichiro Matsukawa
  • Keiichi Miyao
  • Shigeo Ishibashi



Sailing On The Revenge  
1986 King
  1. Devils Rondo
  2. Hawk Emblem
  3. Hakai
  4. Dead Point
  5. Running My Way
  6. Moon Struck
  7. Diamond City
  8. Kagamibari No Heya
  9. Your Songs
  10. Sailing on the Revenge
  • Kiichi Takahashi
  • Hiroyuki Sano
  • Junichiro Matsukawa
  • Keiichi Miyao
  • Shigeo Ishibashi



One Night Magic  
1987 King
  1. Intro
  2. Black Iron
  3. Shinigami No Namida
  4. Last Survivor
  5. Foolish Street
  6. Black Hill
  7. November Mystery
  8. Darkness World
  9. One Night Magic
  • Kiichi Takahashi
  • Hiroyuki Sano
  • Junichiro Matsukawa
  • Keiichi Miyao
  • Shigeo Ishibashi




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