Origin: USA
Genres: Hard Rock

Skrapp Mettle  


One of those long-lost footnotes in metal history, Skrapp Mettle consisted of mostly anonymous musicians who came together to record one album of rather pedestrian rock metal, though the lyrics are at times quite over the top and certainly not to be taken at all seriously ("That Load", with its anthemic chorus of "swallow that load!" is simply hilarious). The one known quantity here is vocalist Jeff Scott Soto, who's apparently quite adept at the anonymous singing bit (he was also the "secret" vocalist in Kryst The Conqueror) as well as some serious work for guitar virtuosos Yngwie Malmsteen and Axel Rudi Pell. The one album here, Sensitive, really didn't make much noise and the band (if it was ever a band at all) quickly disappeared, never to be heard from again. One for the humor archives if nothing else.

Current Members

Spunk (Jeff Scott Soto)

vocals (Kryst The Conqueror, Yngwie Malmsteen, Axel Rudi Pell)

Snuff

guitars/backing vocals

Beef

bass/backing vocals

Nasty Gerbil

keyboards/backing vocals

Pounder

drums/backing vocals


Discography



Sensitive 
1991
  1. You're So Sensitive
  2. That Load
  3. Slap Little Jonny behind The Ear
  4. Kill The Rich
  5. Pearl Necklace
  6. Spunk
  7. Star Hag
  8. Sherbert
  9. Retire Or Die
  10. Shake the Monster
  11. Muff Diving In The 80's
  • Spunk
  • Snuff
  • Beef
  • Nasty Gerbil
  • Pounder


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