Znowhite* znöwhite - kick 'em when they're down

After Znowhite's initial success, Nicole, Ian and Sparks decided to replace then bassist Amp Dawg. In 1985 Scott Schafer joined Znowhite taking over the bass duties. Four years of grueling back-to-back tours of America and Canada produced the independently released live album - Live Suicide - and it seemed the band was headed in the right direction. Back in their hometown of Chicago the band started work on what would be the last Znowhite release, their magnum opus, Act of God. Toward the end of the recording sessions Nicole Lee made the decision to leave Znowhite. Znowhite's Act of God was released to rave reviews in 1988 through Roadrunner Records. An extensive American tour followed the album's release and featured Sentinel Beast vocalist Debbie Gunn (real name Debbie Gunderson) and drummer John Slattery - formerly of the band Tools Of Ignorance. Gunn would later bow out after the tours due to health issues. Fulton, Schafer and Slattery would go on to form Cyclone Temple [2] When Cyclone Temple disbanded Fulton, Schafer and Fulton's brother, former Znowhite drummer, Tony Heath formed a new group Rebels Without Applause. [3] Gunn would later go on to sing for the group Ice Age [4] and, later, reform Sentinel Beast. [5] Over twenty years later, Znowhite continues to be a popular cult favorite among Heavy Metal fans. Their final album, Act of God, is considered by many to be among the top ten Thrash Metal recordings of all time. [ citation needed ]

Znowhite* Znöwhite - Kick 'Em When They're DownZnowhite* Znöwhite - Kick 'Em When They're Down