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During the alternative boom of the early '90s, Slaughter's pop audience simply disappeared, as did their major-label contract. To retaliate, Slaughter stuck together and became one of the first hair metal bands to sign with CMC International, an independent label who decided to preserve pop-metal for the late '90s. Fear No Evil, the first record Slaughter released on CMC, isn't a triumphant comeback, but it isn't bad either. They never were among the best pop-metal groups, lacking the hooks and charisma to make it to the top, but Fear No Evil shows that they could rock harder than anyone would have expected. Stylistically, there is no change — these are the same three-chord rockers as before — but they hit harder now, and the result is a record more enjoyable than The Wild Life, if not as catchy and well-constructed as Stick It to Ya.


Formed: 1988

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Former Vinnie Vincent Invasion members Mark Slaughter and bassist Dana Strum formed Slaughter with guitarist Tim Kelly and drummer Blas Elias in 1988 in an attempt to cross over to pop audiences. Their metal style's main focus is on catchy melodies and Mark Slaughter's impressive vocal range, particularly his somewhat nasal falsetto. Their first two studio albums sold quite well until their style fell out of favor with the alternative explosion. The group struggled throughout the 1990s, and on February...
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