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- MisarSplit up in After playing some reunion shows (September 5th , June 25th and 27th and, May 20th , September 12th and 17th ), they officially reformed in late Nasty Savage played their last concert early May in Ybor City. The band once again reformed in January Compilation Appearances.
- FaunrisNasty Savage. Nasty Savage was a thrash metal band originating from Brandon Florida, USA. The band rose to popularity primarily due to lead vocalist "Nasty" Ronnie Galetti's over-the-top stage show performances (in early shows Ronnie would smash television sets over his head) and the band's relentless efforts to keep its music as uncommon as possible.
- ArashigulDec 28, · Nasty Ronnie - Vocals Ben Meyer - Guitars David Austin - Guitars Fred Dregischan - Bass Curtis Beeson - Drums Tracklist: 01 - No Sympathy 02 - Gladiator 03 - Fear Beyond the Vision 04 - Metal Knights 05 - Garden of Temptation 06 - Asmodeus 07 - Dungeon of Pleasure 08 - The Morgue 09 - Instigator Nasty Savage (USA) - Nasty Savage (
- TusidaJan 28, · Their second album "Indulgence" was much better, which leaves "Nasty Savage" as a fairly good debut, with high rating amongst fans, but rather weak to the average metal-listener nowadays. From a fans point of view there are no really weak songs on this album and espcially "Gladiator", "Metal Knights" and "Asmodeus" are very strong pieces of /5().
- GrogoreThe first full-length of Nasty Savage showed a band that was taking the fast lane. Back in , the US-Americans burst into the thrash metal scene in a very admirable manner, because they created their own niche. Right from the outset, the self-confident formation did not head for the most brutal approach.
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