Hailing from the garages of Minnesota, Murphy, Nelson and Corbett busted down the doors of the pop scene in 1996 with their debut album, Night of the Blood Beast. The band’s latest album, Metal Demon, mixes Mike Nelson’s bubbly melodies with straightforward guitar work to concoct a solid record chock full of uber-memorable tunes. With standout tracks like March on, the music of Murphy, Nelson and Corbett appeals to metal fans and non-metal fans alike.
After starting out in the sub-basement of their neighborhood library in Stratford-Upon-Avon, Metal Demon climbed to the top of the the indie rock scene in 2002 with their debut album, Empire Windrush. The band’s latest album, Akee, Salt Fish and Scotch Bonnet Sauce, blends Nicolai Eduardo Raoul Jesset-Mede-Rowley’s poignant naievete with throwback Brit-Pop to assemble another collection of retro-inspired rave-ups. With standout tracks like Le Nain Rouge, the music of Metal Demon appeals to rock fans and non-rock fans alike.