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Wednesday, September 17, 2008

MOURNING NOISE

Mourning Noise was an American horror- and hardcore punk act hailing from Lodi, New Jersey, notable for drummer Steve Zing. In action around the time of the Misfits, these horror ghouls were strongly influenced by the Misfits as the drummer Steve Zing used to live very close to Jerry Only and Doyle's house and Steve went to high school with Doyle. Their music is really fast and aggressive, while being slightly melodic. Very few releases by this band all being 7" singles apart from the 1998 album of greatest hits Death Trip Delivery released on Grand Theft Audio. Steve later went on to play for Samhain, Son of Sam, The Undead, Chyna and his current band Doomtree.
1980–1983 was the period the band lasted with lineups changing frequently and Steve Zing on drums the only permanent memberHistory:An early formation of this group, called Implosion, featured Mike Mansfield (vocals) , Jon Carcich (guitar), Chris Morance (bass), and Steve Zing (drums and backing vocals). The group wrote such songs as "Laser Lights," "Monster Madness," and "Vincent's Theme," which were all later used by Mourning Noise. The group quickly dispanded when Jon Carcich (Steve Zing's cousin) joined the Navy. The group later reformed as Mourning Noise with Tommy K on guitar. Tommy K later left the group and Jon Carcich was re-inducted on guitar. He later switched to playing bass when Pete "Damien" Marshall (later of Samhain) joined on guitar and Chris Morance had left. Joseph "Jay" Olivetti (who was at one time chief roadie for Samhain while Steve Zing was playing drums for the group) was later asked to join on as vocalist when Mike Mansfield had left. Also, Joseph "Jay" Olivetti performed several times and overdubbed some session work along with Pete "Damien" Marshall. Mike "Ashley" Morance (a.k.a. Mike Marino) was called in on two occasion's to play with the group, one of which also featured Bobby Steele. Mourning Noise has had several reunions since their official break up in 1985. I THINK THIS PRETTY MUCH SUMS IT UP. RESOURCE'S FOR THIS POST WERE THE MOURNING NOISE FAN PAGE , THERES A TON OF INFO THERE .http://homepages.nyu.edu/~cch223/usa/mourningnoise_main.html AND WIKIPEDIAhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mourning_Noise
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1. DAWN OF THE DEAD
2. FIGHTING CHANCE
3. LASER LIGHTS
4. DEMON EYES
5. ADDICTION
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NIGHTLATCHE / RIP MUSIC 1982
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