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Welcome to the Gimme Metal Vinyl Club! Our May release will feature the re-issue of Exciter's debut album Heavy Metal Maniac!
Exciter’s 1983 debut album ‘Heavy Metal Maniac’ went on to become one of the most renown 80s heavy metal albums making its mark on thrash, speed and heavy metal scenes across the world. From Canada’s capital city, the Ottawa trio's style and namesake are influenced by Judas Priest as well as some major nods to Motörhead, Deep Purple, Black Sabbath and more to create a heavy, ripping album for the ages!
Pressed in a Gimme exclusive Heavy Green Splatter variant!
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Release Date: May 15, 2021
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1983 was a golden year for Heavy Metal, and at the forefront of the onslaught, was the sharpened, glistening trident from Canada known as EXCITER. As if mutilating a Marshall amplifier on the cover isn’t enough to make you take notice, the second you drop the needle onto the howling winds of “Holocaust”, you’ll heed it’s warning of a swirling menacing storm, a thunderous rampage that rages all the way through this masterpiece, aptly named HEAVY METAL MANIAC. The band perfectly blends metallic elements of speed and thrash with wild leads and chugging riffs burning at the speed of light coupled with a relentless, steamrolling double-bass ass-kicking. From “Stand Up and Fight” through “Evil Sinner, the band far exceeds their focused intent - to bludgeon you with some of the most genuine and heaviest metal ever created. HEAVY METAL MANIAC feels like a high-speed drill boring a hole right through your head!.
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