heavy metal Tag

Back To Girlschool

One of the few all-female bands to emerge from the so-called New Wave Of British Heavy Metal in the late 1970s, Girlschool made the musical headlines when they collaborated with Motörhead on their St. Valentine's Day Massacre EP in 1981.   Cherry Red now represent four of the band's later albums: Girlschool (1992), 21st Anniversary: Not

Killer On The Loose!

Formed in 1980, Killer were a highly rated Heavy Metal band from Antwerp, Belgium.   Cherry Red represent much of Killer's back catalogue, including early albums such as Ready For Hell (1981), Wall Of Sound (1982), Shock Waves (1984) and Fatal Attraction (1990).   Eight Killer albums have been reissued on CD across two box sets on our HNE label but drop

Drink The Elixir

Formed in the mid-1980s, London band Elixir were part of the boom in British Heavy Metal (nicknamed NWOBHM), driven in part by the success of Iron Maiden and Def Leppard.   Cherry Red now represent the rights to several albums by Elixir, namely Lethal Potion (1990), Sovereign Remedy(2004) and Live (2005). Drop us a line

Metal Spider

Formed in Liverpool in the mid-1970s, Spider were a popular heavy rock band who recorded three albums across the early 80s, which sat midway musically between the boogie twelve-bar blues of Status Quo and the histrionic power of the new wave of British heavy metal

Cherry Red acquires 80s Heavy Metal label Powerstation Records!

Cherry Red is proud to announce the acquisition of the famous 80s Heavy Metal label Powerstation Records! This musical onslaught of powerhouse vocals and sledgehammer guitars includes albums by Tokyo Blade(pictured), the Little Angels (their debut LP), original Iron Maiden singer Paul DiAnno's Battlezone, Chrome Molly,Maineeaxe, Holosade and others.