Vatican Commandos were a Hardcore band formerly featuring famous electronic artist Moby formed in Darien, Connecticut. The band also featured members James Spadaccini, John Farnsworth, and Chip Moody. The band was formed in 1980 orginally called Disorder and later changed their to name, due to the fact that another band from the UK already had the name. Vatican Commandos released its first 7” EP entitled, “Hit Squad for God.” Following the release of this record Moby was kicked out of the Vatican Commandos, He’s credited as “M.H.” on the EP. Later members included Chuck Weaver, Dave Hower, and Mike Pollock. The band went on to release the “Just a Frisbee” 7” EP in 1983 and “Point Me to the End” 12” EP in 1984. The “Just a Frisbee” 7”cover artwork was drawn by Rob Zombie, founder and lead singer of White Zombie. The Vatican Commandos disbanded in 1986.
Edited by jspadaccini on 12 Feb 2010, 04:46
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