Heavy metal didn’t just save my life, it inspires my fiction, too. Get a peek at what’s in my jukebox and see if you can spot an influence.
Where available, all recordings are linked to entries in MusicBrainz, an online public-access recordings database maintained by volunteers.
A NWOBHM stalwart, Demon never quite lived up to their name. While their first two albums borrowed heavily from horror movie tropes, later albums saw them making forays into progressive rock territory.
|Night of the Demon||Spaced Out Music||1981||✓|
|The Unexpected Guest||Spaced Out Music||1982||✓|
|The Plague||Spaced Out Music||1983||✓|
one of the original New Wave of British Heavy Metal (NWOBHM) acts, releasing a couple of well-received albums in the 1980s before going on a hiatus of sorts until their revival in 2013
|Court in the Act||Listenable Records||1983|
|Life Sentence||Listenable Records||2013|
|Atom By Atom||Listenable Records||2015|
|Cruel Magic||Metal Blade Records||2018||✓|
|Earth Infernal||Metal Blade Records||2022||✓|
a gothic rock/dark pop band from Hamburg named after its vocalist
|Lack of Light||Oblivion||2018|
|Blood Red Bouquet||independent||2021||✓|
|Queen of Broken Dreams||SPV||2022||✓|
an Anglo-American band reminiscent of 1970s proto-metal like BÖC, Uriah Heep, and Wishbone Ashe featuring Russ Tippins from Satan on guitar and vocals
|In Another Time||Metal Blade Records||2019||✓|
|Voyage||Metal Blade Records||2023||✓|