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Bad Moon Rising

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Bad Moon Rising is a 1990 - 1998 Heavy Metal Spiritual Rock Band by Kal Swan and Doug Aldrich. They want to be a their former bands Lion again. They tried to looking for Rhythm sections. Band member is Jackie Ramos, Ian Mayo, Kal Swan, Doug Aldrich, Band begun at 1992. This band had shorter life too. In 1995, the band chaged its name to B.M.R. for the release of Opium For the Masses.

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  • PanzerLeo

    way too underated u__u

    9 Oct 2011 Reply
  • Sleeping_Star

    Really underrated band!

    28 Sep 2010 Reply
  • Dangle_Himself

    I just love the pairing of Kal Swan and Doug Aldrich. Lion and BMR are two of the best bands in hard rock

    9 Jul 2009 Reply
  • BurningRemnant

    Somebody should add Blood to the database

    11 Apr 2009 Reply
  • BurningRemnant

    Great continuation of the already excellent Lion!

    21 Mar 2009 Reply
  • SavaFan4Ever

    BMR deserved more fame than they got. With Kal on vocals again - with a harder edge - and Doug on guitars to match that edge - BMR should have been up there in fame with the likes of Alice in Chains... I don't understand the music world sometimes... At least Doug is still doing music, but Kal disappeared after BMR unless someone knows otherwise?

    17 Dec 2008 Reply
  • Hagorr

    Heart Of Darkness is such a kickass song... Great band! BTW, I wonder what CCR videos are doing in BMR's profile...

    4 Jan 2008 Reply
  • ASi-BOHEM

    ''Without Your love'' is a perfect Rock Ballad.

    2 May 2007 Reply