Vocalist and maniac “Nasty” Ronnie Galletti commented prior to the gig: “We created something over 28 years ago with a vision that burned images into people’s minds for life. Last year I turned 50 and this really is the last show I’m performing. Whatever you do, don’t miss it”.
Nasty Savage initially split up in 1989 and played some reunion shows in 1998 before officially reforming in late 2002.
The Metal Knights, who inspired early death metal, achieved notoriety in the mid-’80s through their extremity – Galetti would smash television sets over his head on stage.
After signing to Metal Blade Records, the band released three albums and an EP between 1985 and 1989.
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