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Genre(s) Speed Metal
Gründung 1983
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Bob Mitchell
Pat Marinelli
Mike Benetados
Lou Ciarlo
Mike Sabatini
Ehemalige Mitglieder
John Leone
Dominic Spina
Jim Mooney
Tom D’Amico
John Joseph
Jimmy Schulman
Felix Torres

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