Before political correctness, virtue signaling and safe spaces became America’s favorite pastimes…metal was loud, ugly and offensive. This shoot was all my idea. The band was kind enough to go along with it. If you can’t tell, I’m a long-time fan of Italian Giallo. Many of these would later be used for jacket art on a compact disc. Good times. You may also recognize the Lafayette House in some of these. All photographs taken with a Minolta HiMatic G 35mm rangefinder.

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