Bassist/Vocalist from early metal bands still kicking the most ass?

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Posted by Doc G., 06.11.2006 - 09:38
I know this seems like a very specified poll, but looking at info on these bands I found it kind of odd how three of the bands coming out of the late 70's/early 80's that helped make metal what it is today are all lead by a bassist/semi-harshed-vocalled vocalist (all leading 3 piece bands) who is also the only original remaining member of the band. So the judging criteria is whose band was the most influential, whos band made the best albums and whose band is kicking the most ass currently, and why?

Oddly enough I had my voting priveleges revoked for 175 more days so im not aloud to vote on my own poll. Otherwise Id vote for Cronos, because Metal Black was an amazing alum, many people put it down but i see it as just like old Venom but with better production/recording quality.


Which of these Bassist/Vocalists lead the best early thrash band?

Lemmy Kilmister (Motorhead)
Tom Angelripper (Sodom)
Cronos (Venom)

Total votes: 90
20.05.2011 - 16:26
Lemmy, the living legend !
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08.10.2011 - 14:49
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Can't believe 24 people didn't vote for Lemmy.
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10.03.2012 - 15:32
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Lemmy is a metal god.
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