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Guitarist Mick Box continues to soldier on with Uriah Heep, the hard- rock/heavy metal band considered to be one of the inspirations for This Is Spinal Tap. While the band was surely a pure ‘70s group prone to the excesses of the era, Uriah Heep have also been unjustly maligned for their adherence to powerful, heavy music. Forty years on, with drummer Russell Gilbrook, who replaced an ailing Lee Kerslake in 2007, and singer Bernie Shaw, the Heep continue their mission undaunted. “I Can See You” throws the classic Box guitars up against Phil Lanzon’s doom organ for a sound that’s been their trademark since Very ‘eavy…Very ‘umble. Their uncompromising nature means hardcore fans are always amply rewarded for keeping the faith. The rapid-fire charge of “Into the Wild,” the dark metal-funk of “Money Talk” and the majestic grandeur of the simply perfect “Southern Star” prove you can mock, you can tease, but a good band will always get the last laugh.


Formed: 1969 in London, England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Uriah Heep's by-the-books progressive heavy metal made the British band one of the most popular hard rock groups of the early '70s. Formed by vocalist David Byron and guitarist Mick Box in the late '60s, the group went through an astonishing number of members over the next two decades -- nearly 30 different musicians passed through the band over the years. Byron and Box were members of the mid-'60s rock band called the Stalkers; once that band broke up, the duo formed another group called Spice....
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