Halloween

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Halloween
Halloween Logo.jpg
The Heavy Metal Horror Show
Background Information

Hometown

Madison Heights

Years Active

1983 - Present

Genre

Metal

Record Label

Motor City Metal, Pure Steel Records

Website

halloweentheband.com

Current Members

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Brian Thomas - Vocals
George Neal - Bass
Lisa Hurt - Keyboards/ Backing Vocals
'Ben Harmsen - Guitar
Blake Banner - Guitar
Rob Brug - Drum

Former Members

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Don Guerrier, Chris "Boo" Buczek, Donny Allen, Billy Adams, Jason Rossvannes, Jason Nikou, Tommy 'V' Vendetta, John Guarascio, Tim Franquist, Kevin Clifford, Rob Brug, Tim Wright, Kenny Hill, Billy Gray, Rick Craig, Bill Whyte, Tommy Stewart

About

For those who have grown up in the Detroit area, Halloween is an institution. Fans look forward to seeing their October shows as they are always something special. Official formed in 1983 by members Brian Thomas, George Neal, Rick Craig and Bill Whyte, Halloween was first formed in 1981 under the name Bitch, but on Halloween night 1982, Bitch officially became Halloween when they played their final show at the Falcon Lounge. Their stage shows are spectacular and rival any mega group; adorned in horror props, lights, fog, occasional fire (if permitted) and front man Brian Thomas in constantly changing costumes.


Discography

Studio albums

  • Don't Metal with Evil (1985)
  • No One Gets Out (1991)
  • Victims of the Night (1997)
  • Horror Fire]] (2006)
  • Terrortory]] (2012)

Extended plays

  • E.vil P.ieces (2006)

Compilations

  • Motor City Rocks III (1984)
  • Lamour Rocks (1986)
  • Tricks, Treats And Other Tales From The Crypt (2003)

Demos

  • Vicious Demos (1990)
  • No One Gets Out (Demo)]] (1990)
  • 1031, A Number Of Things From... (1998) (recorded from 1983–1998)
  • Not Dead... In The Murder City (2004) (recorded live February 2004)

Singles

  • Trick Or Treat / She's A Teazer (1984)
  • Where's Michael? (2007)

Videos

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