Alabama Thunderpussy

Also known as Alabama Thunder Pussy, ATP
Members of Alabama Thunderpussy: Asechiah Bogdan, Bill Storms, Bryan Cox (2), Erik Larson, John Weills, Johnny Throckmorton, Kyle Thomas, Mikey Bryant, Ryan Lake
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.myspace.com/atpva, http://www.facebook.com/AlabamaThunderpussy?sk=info, http://www.relapse.com/label/artist/alabama-thunderpussy.html

Discography of Alabama Thunderpussy:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Open Fire 11 Audio 2007 Relapse Records
2 Staring At The Divine 11 Audio 2002
3 Staring At The Divine 10 Audio 2002-04-30 Relapse Records
4 Constellation 15 Audio 2005-01-11 Relapse Records
5 Open Fire 11 Audio 2007-03-06 Relapse Records
6 Rise Again 15 Audio 2004-06-08 Relapse Records
7 River City Revival 7 Audio 1999-02-09 Man's Ruin Records
8 Rise Again 13 Audio 1998-06-28 Man's Ruin Records
9 River City Revival 10 Audio 2005-08-30 Relapse Records
10 Constellation 13 Audio 2000-03-07 Man's Ruin Records
11 Split 2 Audio 2000 Eccentric Man Records
12 Open Fire 11 Audio 2007 Relapse Records
13 Constellation 13 Audio 1999
14 River City Revival 7 Audio 1999-02-09
15 Rise Again 13 Audio 1998 Man's Ruin Records
16 Open Fire 11 Audio 2007 Relapse Records
17 Fulton Hill 12 Audio 2004 Relapse Records
18 Alabama Thunderpussy / Halfway To Gone 4 Audio 2000
19 River City Revival 10 Audio 2005 Relapse Records
20 Open Fire 11 Audio 2007 Relapse Records
21 Open Fire 11 Audio 2007 Relapse Records
22 Fulton Hill 12 Audio 2004 Relapse Records
23 Open Fire 11 Audio 2007 Relapse Records


Southern metal from Richmond, Virginia that formed in 1996, they are no longer together. Bryan Cox, Erik Larson and Asechiah Bogdan founded ATP in 1996. Bill Storms and Johnny Throckmorton completed the lineup, and the band signed to Man's Ruin Records in 1998. They debuted with Rise Again later that year, and recorded River City Revival, released in 1999. 2000's Constellation and 2002's Staring at the Divine followed. Alabama Thunderpussy parted ways with Man's Ruin and singer Johnny Throckmorton later that year, signing to Relapse Records and hiring new frontman Johnny Weills. Weills performed vocals on the album Fulton Hill, released on May 25, 2004. By the time of the following ATP album, Open Fire, Weills had left the band to form Danballah in Columbus, Ohio. He was replaced by Kyle Thomas, formerly of New Orleans bands, Floodgate and Exhorder.

Kyle Thomas: Vocals

Erik Larson: Guitar

Ryan Lake: Guitar

Mikey Bryant: Bass

Bryan Cox: Drums


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