Shotgun Messiah

Members of Shotgun Messiah: Harry Cody, Stixx Galore, Tim Skold, Zinny J. Zan

Discography of Shotgun Messiah:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Violent New Breed 12 Audio 1993
2 Violent New Breed 12 Audio 1993 Relativity
3 Second Coming 13 Audio 1991 Relativity
4 Shotgun Messiah 9 Audio 1989 Relativity
5 I Want More 5 Audio 1992 Relativity
6 Shotgun Messiah 9 Audio 1989 Relativity
7 Violent New Breed 12 Audio 1993 Relativity
8 Shotgun Messiah 9 Audio 1989 Relativity
9 Shout It Out 2 Audio 1990 Big Bag
10 Second Coming 13 Audio 1991 Relativity
11 Second Coming 13 Audio 1991 Roadrunner Records
12 Shotgun Messiah 9 Audio 1990 Big Bag
13 Second Coming 13 Audio 1991 Roadrunner Records
14 Second Coming 13 Audio 1992 Relativity
15 Shout It Out 3 Audio 1989 Relativity
16 Shotgun Messiah 9 Audio 1989 Music For Nations
17 I Want More 5 Audio 1992 Roadrunner Records
18 Second Coming 13 Audio 1991 Relativity
19 Shotgun Messiah 9 Audio 1990 Big Bag
20 Shotgun Messiah 9 Audio 1989 Music For Nations
21 Second Coming 13 Audio 1992-02-21 Sony Records
22 Enemy In Me 3 Audio 1993 Relativity
23 I Want More 6 Audio 1992 Relativity
24 Second Coming 13 Audio 1992 Big Bag
25 I Want More 5 Audio 1992 Relativity


Shotgun Messiah began as a glam rock band from Sweden, originally known as Kingpin. They would later relocate to Los Angeles and change their name. The line-up slowly changed, switching and losing members over the course of their 3 full-length albums. Their sound would also evolve into a more hard rock style, and eventually into industrial rock. After their final album, "Violent New Breed," the band line-up (down to just Tim Skold and Harry Cody) parted ways, with Skold notably moving on to play with KMFDM and Marilyn Manson.


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