Nasty Savage

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Nasty Savage
Origin Tampa, Florida
Genres Thrash metal
Years active 1983–1989, 2002–2004
Labels Metal Blade, Crook'd Records
Associated acts Acheron, Lowbrow, Denial Fiend, Havoc Mass [1]
Members Ronnie Galetti
Ben Meyer
David Austin
Richard Bateman
Curtis Beeson

Nasty Savage was a thrash metal band originating from Brandon, Florida, USA. The band rose to popularity primarily due to lead vocalist "Nasty" Ronnie Galetti's over-the-top stage show performances (in early shows Ronnie would smash television sets over his head) and the band's relentless efforts to keep its music as uncommon as possible. The second album featuring the hit single "XXX" was recorded at Progressive Music in Tampa. These recordings helped get the band signed with heavy metal label Metal Blade Records. After releasing four albums between 1985 and 1989 they broke up. After there had been speculation about a reunion for some time, an album of new material was released in the spring of 2004. Since then, the band has played an occasional live show but has not recorded.

Band members[edit]

  • "Nasty" Ronnie Galletti
  • Ben Meyer
  • David Austin
  • Richard Bateman
  • Curtis Beeson
  • Hugh Jorgan

Former members[edit]

  • Fred Dregischan
  • Dezso Istvan Bartha
  • Chris Moorhouse (died 1988)
  • Craig Huffman, also in Gardy Loo and Corrupt Enforcement
  • Charles Amos (on the reunion tour)

Discography[edit]

  • Nasty Savage (1985)
  • Indulgence (1987)
  • Abstract Reality EP (1988)
  • Penetration Point (1989)
  • Wage of Mayhem EP (2002)
  • Cleveland 87 Live CD (2003)
  • Psycho Psycho (2004)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Nasty Savage". BNR Metal. Retrieved 2011-12-15. 

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