Mercyful Fate was formed by singer King Diamond and bassist Hank Shermann in Dahlkoen. Their first album was titled”Avenging Force” and because of their quick and heavy noise, the group gained popularity from the metal world. Their next record was equally effective,”Onslaught.” The continuing touring and recording created the group a title in the black/death metallic stadium, in which they became known for their intense music and death metal lyrics.
Where is the band Mercyful Fate from? Their musical influences are many, from ancient Christian metal to death and doom metal, and even to other metal. The singer, King Diamond, has said that the inspiration for the music on the record came primarily from watching killing and war. So you may expect to hear a good deal of classic tunes like”Wretched Execution” and”Vengeful Thirst.”
The bandmembers go by the Title’s Alex Turner, Scott Heyl, Martin Johnson, and Matt Corby. During the recording process, bassist Martin Johnson joined the band, bringing the death metal sound he was known to the forefront. You can also expect to find fans of Alex Turner, Matt Corby, and Martin Johnson wearing matching black t-shirts and black cosmetics. Their new album will be called”Sorcerer,” and they’ve decided to record it in Danemark, Denmark.
Mike Wead has performed a few other death metal bands like Honorius, Testament, and Dying God. However, he did not start playing guitar until after he abandoned . The guitar player in the song,”I Remember,” in the recently released Suedehead, is Wead. Mercyful Fate has not released any information regarding the writing process to their new album. However, guitarist Martin Wead states that the songs are composed specifically for the album. No additional details are released.
Another member of the group is guitarist Andy Bell. Bell has played on songs with Butcher Infants, Black Sabbath, Black Label Society, Dream Theater, and Megadeth. Bell has also been in the group Pentacles since 1995. I wouldn’t be shocked if he’d play the newest Mercyful Fate record.
After the Force Of Evil began in the mid’90s, they were known as Napalm Death. They later became famous as Mercyful Fate, because of their tribute to death metal during their concerts. During their first years, they went through numerous lineup changes, and in 1999 they made their very first record with vocalist Scott Heyl. Currently, the band is without a member. Lead vocalist Scott Heyl left the group shortly after the release of their first record, Voodoo Child. Lead guitarist Andy Bell is currently registering for Dream Theater, and guitarists Tommy Claferman and Tim Linn-Baker are now signed to the group Curses.