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Wolfbane were a power trio between 1980 - 1984 who's music changed over the years from metal to melodic rock.

Gramie Dee - Guitar/Vocals
Dale Lee - Bass
Colin Seymoure/Sid Oxton/Syd Mercury/Rick Henshaw - Drums (Varying periods of the band's career)
Michelle Bibby - Vocals (1980 only)


Why this name?
The founding members were great fans of werewolf movies. The name had to go when Blaze Bailey's "Wolfsbane" hit the world. Dammit...
Do you play live?
The band gigged extensively during their four year run of the British metal circuits.
How, do you think, does the internet (or mp3) change the music industry?
It has enabled many bands to be heard across the world, and in the case of Wolfbane, their old music can be heard again as an archive.
Would you sign a record contract with a major label?
Not as Wolfbane, but the ex members all have other bands nowadays and some already HAVE been signed i.e. Blood Money.
Band History:
Amidst the NWoBHM phenomenom of the early 1980's emerged Wolfbane, a popular band on the metal gigs circuit of the era. They enjoyed a certain amount of success as Wolfbane until the arrival of Blaze Bailey's 'Wolfsbane' and the guys had to change their name. They became 'Blood Money', and their page can be found at www.angelfire.com/rock2/bloodmoney
Your influences?
Black Sabbath, Alice Cooper, Thin Lizzy, Rush, Led Zep
Favorite spot?
Transylvania... Muhahaha!!!
Anything else...?
Gramie and Dale went on to form Blood Money, a NWoBHM thrash band who were signed to the Ebony Label and released two albums: "Red Raw And Bleeding" (1986) and "Battlescarred" (1987). They are highly regarded today as two of the great NWoBHM albums.

www.angelfire.com/rock2/bloodmoney
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