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Scary German Guy

Scary German Guy

Scary German Guy


Scary German Guy was formed in 1998 in Long Island New York. The two founding members of the band were vocalist Mike Curley and bassist. Shortly thereafter they acquired the services of vocalist/guitarist Gary Foster and began to form what would eventually become their trademark sound, later dubbed "Horror Core" by a local producer. All that was left was to add the final pieces of the SGG puzzle. Enter guitarist Jason Rhoads and sampler/technical engineer Chris Klapak. Read more on Last.fm
Scary German Guy was formed in 1998 in Long Island New York. The two founding members of the band were vocalist Mike Curley and bassist. Shortly thereafter they acquired the services of vocalist/guitarist Gary Foster and began to form what would eventually become their trademark sound, later dubbed "Horror Core" by a local producer. All that was left was to add the final pieces of the SGG puzzle.

Enter guitarist Jason Rhoads and sampler/technical engineer Chris Klapak. The original 5 piece was now complete and writing and putting together SGG's first release entitled "For the Sake of Man". SGG played shows for the next few months around New York and beyond promoting the forthcoming record as well as recording numerous cover tracks for tributes under Dwell Records to such artists as White Zombie, Pantera, Ministry and several others. After the completion of "For the Sake of Man" there was a shakeup in the SGG lineup.

Jeff - vocals, Dave - guitars, - Kia - guitars, and eMike - guitars all spent a period of time of members of SGG before the band made its eventual demise around 2001. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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