Znöwhite - Kick 'Em When They're Down
Label: Cobra Records/ EMA / Polydisc
A&M Records Canada
Format: Vinyl, 33; RPM
Record is VG+ VG++ (listen to our copy)
Cover has slight edge wear, and three inch white promo sticker, (see our picture) as well as three inch gold promo stamp on the back cover
Country: Canada Issue
Style: Speed Metal, Heavy Metal
A1 Live For The Weekend 1:28
A2 All Hail To Thee 3:12
A3 Run Like The Wind 4:25
B1 Too Late 2:16
B2 Turn Up The Pain 5:25
Producer - Paul Curcio (tracks: A1, B1)
Written-By, Producer - Ian Tafoya
Recorded At Music America Studios, NY (June 1983)
Pierce Arrow Studios, Chicago, (May 1984)
I was a big hardcore metal head in the early-mid 80s... I often saw Znowhite's album at the numerous record stores I'd haunt, but for some reason I never bought/picked up/listened to ZnoWhite.
After hearing a track out, I immediately bought this EP, and was blown away- this is what early 80's metal was all about.... perfect technically, production-wise or otherwise?
Nope. But again, that's what 80's metal was all about- before all of the (properly accepted) genres of metal emerged.... a loud, energetic band with some cool tunes, the ability, the luck and a female vocalist to make some truly memorable tunes. I love this. Someone needs to drop a line to The Donnas. They need to give a nod/cover one of their tracks. All hail ZnoWhite!
Znowhite - Live for the Weekend
killer metal right there.
Outtake from episode #419. Vocalist Debbie Gunn with her hot young all new line up of 80's Thrash Metal band Sentinel Beast! Debbie talks about the glory days of the thrash scene,from fronting Sentinel Beast to joining Znowhite,all girl band Ice Age,leaving the music scene and then coming back to reform the band she made a name with!..