Bible Black (band)

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Bible Black
The Bible Black Band.jpg
Bible Black members posing for a promotional shot
Background information
Origin New York, United States
Genres Hard rock, heavy metal
Years active 1980–1985
Labels Combat Records
Associated acts Dio, Savoy Brown, Anthrax, Rainbow, Blue Cheer
Past members Andrew "Duck" MacDonald
Gary Driscoll
Craig Gruber
Jeff Fenholt
Eric Adams
Joey Belladonna

Bible Black was an American band, formed by two ex-Elf/Rainbow musicians: drummer Gary Driscoll and bassist Craig Gruber. It also featured guitarist Duck McDonald, Joey Belladonna (who later departed to join Anthrax), and singer Jeff Fenholt (famous for his lead role in Jesus Christ Superstar).

The band, based in the East Coast, released the self-titled album Bible Black in 1981. It was followed by Ground Zero in 1983, and then by Burning at the Speed of Light, a collaboration with another group called "Thrasher." None of the albums were particularly successful.

In 1985, McDonald joined Savoy Brown. Driscoll found regular work, which he supplemented with stints as a session musician.


  • Bible Black (1981)
  • Ground Zero (1983)
  • Burning at the Speed of Light, recorded with Thrasher (January, 1985)

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