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Tthe new school had no orchestra and that was the end of that. It was my older brother who introduced me to Black Sabbath, the band that would have the biggest impact on me. It changed my world and I am still a massive Sabbath fan to this day. Having put the trumpet aside, and turned on by the music his siblings had introducing him to, Martin picked up the guitar and taught himself to play.

By the end of high school, he was a reasonably handy player. They needed a bass player and Martin put up his hand, neglecting to tell them he knew nothing about the bass.

He rushed out and purchased an instrument along with a copy of the latest Iron Maiden album Killers and set to work learning how to play both the music and the instrument.

Of course, I had no idea. We ended up covering Judas Priest, Scorpions and Black Sabbath and on top of that wrote a whole bunch of originals. This is where it all started for me. We had this practice room in the middle of Willis St in Wellington, which was pretty much our second home. We drank heaps of booze, and mooched around central Wellington with our long hair and studded wristbands and thought we were pretty cool.

They were fun times and I really loved that band but when I listen back now we were pretty rough. We recorded an EP called Breaking Out and released it on vinyl. The band is included on Godzone Metal , a New Zealand metal compilation album. Tyrant played its last gig in June at their practice rooms in Miramar to a few hundred loyal fans and friends. During the last days of Tyrant, Martin came across Te Puke metal outfit Knightshade who were playing three nights at a Wellington tavern called The Terminus.

Intrigued by the art on the advertising posters, he went along to check them out. He introduced himself to the guys and hung out with them the next few times they were in Wellington. A while later when guitarist Laurie Goossens left they got in touch and offered me the job.

I packed up straight away and headed up to Te Puke and later followed them to Hamilton, where I have been ever since. Metacritic Reviews. Photo Gallery. Trailers and Videos. Crazy Credits. Alternate Versions. Knight Rider — Rate This. Season 4 Episode All Episodes Michael suspects that magician Austin Templeton could be the Director: Sidney Hayers.

Writers: Glen A. Larson created by , Philip John Taylor. Added to Watchlist. Tv Episodes Watchlist 3. Paint Me Black is coming. Stay tuned.. Big thanks to Glen Moffat for this in depth web feature about the band! Big thanks to Darren Marshall for these historic photo's of the original Knightshade line-up, !

Kaos FM is a fantastic radio station, based down South, that supports heaps of great kiwi rock. They also stream on the web, so more of us can 'rock out' to their great playlisting Nationwide! Also, our big thanks to Paul Martin from the Axe Attack for his continuued loyal support of Knightshade. Paul, who was originally a member of Knightshade back in the 80s, has since been so very loyal and supportive of our band, and we thank him from the bottom of our hearts!

We are proud to release the opening track from our final big show, back in August This has been a long anticipated release, and is a teaser for our full concert dvd, due out later in the year. Take care of y'selves over the silly season, and we'll catch ya in the New Year! Thanks for being so patient with the long anticipated release of last years concert footage. We are hoping to get a sample posted up on Youtube soon, but can't promise how soon in the New Year that will be. Also, Craig's song, Paint Me Black, is due for release some time in the first quarter of In the meantime, A huge thankyou to all you loyal Knightshade fans for supporting us lately with the release of our new single, U Say!

Thankyou, from the bottom of our hearts!! So we look forward to sharing that with you soon! New single on the cards soon, and a video segment from the last gig, both due out soon, if all goes well! From what I've heard of my cyrus kit it's very dynamic and quite 'party' definitely something to tap your feet along to. I couldn't really comment on naim, linn or exposure stuff because I've not heard or read many reviews of it.

Hi Tom, The original Planet certainly gave an impression of vinyl like sound I heard this and didn't think it worked particularly well. Well, Vinyl. Two different sounds. Listening to the Planet it's seems the designers have pitched for a very rhythmic and detailed player which has been passed on to the This is something I don't understand.

Are there many Exposure dealers near you? Down this way they seem very popular but speaking to a lot of people on this forum they seem not to have heard of them. Same goes for Rega, and to a lesser degree Naim.

I am in Gravesend in kent by teh way. Supra Member. I have the Roksan Kandy amp, the best bet is to pop in somewhere like sevenoaks sound and vision. Try a few amp and cd player combinations and let your ears decide, I would suggest take alond a few cds that you listen to regularly.

By the way i'm in gravesend too. Exposure is definately worth a listen it sounds much more full and considering it claims half the wattage of the kandy it sounds very powerful. JH1 Guest. Newbie, If you do stretch your budget for your cd player or will consider secondhand, give the Roksan Caspian Cd player a listen. The album's first single, "Pray" was released on 11 August To follow the album release, Devilskin went on a promotional tour, opening for acts such as Airbourne [14] and playing at festivals such as the Download Festival.

At the start of , the band announced their New Year tour, with Skinny Hobos and Seas of Conflict as opening acts. On 7 September, Devilskin announced their new single "Endo". Skulander has stated the song is about her surgery for Stage 4 Endomentriosis.

On 17 January Devilskin announced the forthcoming release of their third album Red [25] along with a new single, "Corrode". Devilskin's debut album We Rise was ranked at number 8 on Recorded Music NZ 's year-end album chart for , [35] and at number 40 for From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Redirected from Red Devilskin album. Alternative metal [1] heavy metal [2] hard rock [3]. Retrieved 1 March

Knightshade. 2, likes · 3 talking about this. Knightshade is a New Zealand metal and rock group. They formed in the early s and have been based in Hamilton since Missing: Summer Insanity.

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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Knightshade on Discogs.3/5(1).
  2. Knightshade is a New Zealand metal/rock group, formed in Te Puke in the early inneselcavirdars.vawarcedigirelounutmolesata.cog: Summer Insanity.
  3. Knightshade discography (misc) Last Night in the City () () > Knightshade Knightshade. Type: Compilation Release date: Catalog ID: N/A Label: Independent Format: CD Reviews: None yet Songs; Lineup; Reviews; Additional notes; 1. Summer Insanity (loading lyrics) Last Night in the City.
  4. Aug 04,  · In the s, Knightshade were the hottest hard rock/hair metal band in New Zealand. This album is their "best of" collecting songs from between and , and it's not available outside of NZ, and is even rare in this country.
  5. Knightshade. 2, likes · 1 talking about this. Knightshade is a New Zealand metal and rock group. They formed in the early s and have been based in Hamilton since Missing: Summer Insanity.
  6. Type: EP Release date: Catalog ID: K Label: Mushroom Format: 7" vinyl (45 RPM) Reviews: None yet.
  7. Mar 05,  · Full concert footage of Knightshade's set at the TVNZ RWP concert in Auckland Songs include: 1. Sprung Twice 2. Blood and Money 3. Interview 4. Out for the Count 5. Missing: Summer Insanity.
  8. Nightshade 📸: @inneselcavirdars.vawarcedigirelounutmolesata.coraphic In a constant state of existential dread. Posts IGTV Tagged. Search.

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