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No Remorse


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1) Formed in 1986, No Remorse was a group part of the scene, which was focused around frontman Paul Burnley. He was not the original vocalist. The original singer can be heard in tracks 1 to 5 on the bands 1987 demo release, but songs 6 to 9 have Burnley. Born as Paul Bellaney, he replaced the original vocalist soon after the band formed.

In 1988, their debut album, ‘This Time the World’, was released. The group’s line-up for this was Paul Burnley on vocals, Mark and Sean on guitars, Archie on bass, and Stew on drums. The Jewish Chronicle stated that this was the “most evil record ever produced”.

In the following year 1989 for the See You in Valhalla album the line up was Paul on vocals, Mark on guitars, Gary on bass and Rob on drums. This was still the same for the New Storm Troopers and Blood Against Gold albums released in the same year.

1990 saw the band play for the first time abroad. Performing first in Ottawa, Canada, and then at Aryan Fest in Oklahoma, USA. Their show was recorded by Tom Metzger WAR (White Aryan Resistance) organisation and later broadcast via cable TV throughout the USA.

In 1991 No Remorse played in Brandenburg, Germany. This concert was the largest ever the band had played to. Later that year Aussie Nigel Brown (Celtic Warrior, Ravens Wing, Wolfseye) joined the band.

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