BLACK SHEPHERD - United Evil Forces
Vic :: CD :: 13
The origins of the Belgian band Black Shepherd go back to a band called Beelzebub, formed in 1983. In 1984 they changed the name to Black Shepherd. In early 1985, with the addition of bassist Willy Verbelen, the lineup was complete at last. During their demos era, Black Shepherd played with bands such as Onslaught, Kreator and Angel Dust. In February of 1986 the demo "United Evil Forces" was recorded and released. In 1988 the band signed a deal with Punk Etc. and recorded their debut LP, titled "Immortal Aggression". In 1989 the band recorded their final demo, with Yvan taking over the bass duties, as well as singing. Black Shepherd played their final gig in Zaandijk, Holland, in October 1989 and then split up. All tracks on this compilation are restored and remastered.