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Satan (UK) is an nwobhm band formed in 1979. Satan would change their name to Blind Fury after the release of their debut Court in the Act in 1983. The former singer Brian Ross was replaced by Lou Taylor who was in Satan once before and himself was also, ironically, replaced by Brian Ross. After they released Out of Reach in 1985, they changed their name back to Satan and Michael Jackson (not the pop star) joined on vocals.

They released an EP Into the Future in 1986 and the album Suspended Sentence in 1987. In 1988, the band changed it’s name again, this time to The Kindred and then to Pariah (UK). In 1990, guitarist Steve Ramsey and bassist Graeme English left to form Skyclad with former Sabbat singer, Martin Walkyier, finally dissolving Satan in the process. Satan announced a reunion with Brian Ross in 2005.

Line Up:Edit

Brian Ross - vocals

Graeme English - bass

Russ Tippins - guitars

Sean Taylor - drums

Steve Ramsey - guitars


Court in the Act (1983)

Into the Future (EP) (1987)

Suspended Senctence (1987)

Life Sentence (2013)


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