Origin: PA, USA
Genres: Thrash Metal

Anvil Bitch  


Anvil Bitch played primitive, speedy thrash, inspired by early Metallica, with vocals that alternated between semi-shouted and high-pitched wailing. The band garnered a fair underground following but ultimately fell by the wayside, not unlike many other indie thrash bands of that era. After a long absense from the scene they reunited in 2008, put out an EP, and as of this writing are still active.

Current Members

Gary Capriotti

vocals

John Plumley

guitars

Dave Carr

bass

Chuck Stadulis

drums


Discography



Rise To Offend 
1986 New Renaissance
  1. Rise To Offend
  2. Lie Through Your Teeth
  3. Vengeance Of The Sword
  4. Life After Death
  5. Time To Die
  6. Argue With A Sick Mind
  7. Maggot Infestation
  8. Neckbreaker
  9. Arsenic & Cyanide
  10. Fight For Your Life
  11. Shark Attack
  12. Anvil Bitch
  • Gary Capriotti
  • John Plumley
  • Dave Carr
  • Chuck Stadulis

Reviews:   Metal Observer 



(EP) Sanctify 
2008 self-released
  1. First Act Of Violence
  2. Gods Of Fire
  3. Sanctify


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