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Triton Warrior

Triton Warrior

Triton Warrior


Triton Warrior, named for sea-god Neptune’s son, devised a self-styled “gravel rock,” hammering it out during practices in Fromstein’s family basement. The youths signed justice-of-the-peace notarized waivers, as to legally play local bars and clubs, touring only occasionally outside a 40-mile Toronto perimeter. Recordings commenced at Sound Canada before 1972’s end, resulting in a 2,000-copy run of singles on Vintage Records. “Satan’s Train” took the A-side Read more on Last.fm
Triton Warrior, named for sea-god Neptune’s son, devised a self-styled “gravel rock,” hammering it out during practices in Fromstein’s family basement. The youths signed justice-of-the-peace notarized waivers, as to legally play local bars and clubs, touring only occasionally outside a 40-mile Toronto perimeter. Recordings commenced at Sound Canada before 1972’s end, resulting in a 2,000-copy run of singles on Vintage Records. “Satan’s Train” took the A-side, with the Fromstein-sung, Mama Moose-sourced, and heavily Sabbath-inspired “Sealed in a Grave” as flip.

An errant extra “T” on the 45’s label consigned Triton/Tritton Warrior to eternal pronunciation Hell. But Fromstein’s job with Canada’s 140-store Sam The Record Man chain did afford national distro to the band’s lone release. 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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