Necros (2)

Barry Henssler, Andy Wendler, Todd Swalla

Also known as Necros, Necros, The
Members of Necros (2): Andy Wendler, Barry Henssler, Brian Pollack (2), Corey Rusk, Jeff Lake, Ron Sakowski, Todd Swalla
This performer (group) in the Internet: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Necros/404322832987967

Discography of Necros (2):

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Tangled Up 11 Audio 1987 Restless Records
2 Conquest For Death 14 Audio 1983 Aggressive Rockproduktionen
3 Maumee+City+Madhouse 53 Audio 2001 Not On Label
4 Tangled Up 2 Audio 1985 Gasatanka Records
5 Ambionic Sound 5 Audio 2012-08-00 Alona's Dream Records
6 Conquest For Death + EP's 36 Audio Not On Label (Necros (2) Self-Released))
7 Ambionic Sound 5 Audio 2012-08-00 Alona's Dream Records
8 I.Q. 32 & Live 1981 21 Audio 2012 Recollect Records
9 Necros 9 Audio 1982
10 Necros 9 Audio 1982
11 Sugar Daddy Live Split Series 5 Audio 2012-09-00 Amphetamine Reptile Records
12 Conquest For Death 13 Audio 2006 Touch And Go (2)
13 Sugar Daddy Live Split Series 5 Audio 2012-09-00 Amphetamine Reptile Records
14 Live Or Else 14 Audio 1990 Medusa Records (2)
15 Ambionic Sound 5 Audio 2012-05-12 Alona's Dream Records
16 Club House Session 6 Audio 2013-08-00 Alona's Dream Records
17 Ambionic Sound 5 Audio 2012 Alona's Dream Records
18 Sex Drive 4 Audio Not On Label (Necros (2))
19 Club House Session 6 Audio 2013-08-00 Alona's Dream Records
20 Conquest For Death 2 Audio 1983 Touch And Go
21 Tangled Up 11 Audio 1987 Restless Records
22 Live In '85 15 Audio 2014-09-00 Jett Plastic Recordings
23 Live In '85 15 Audio 2014-09-00 Jett Plastic Recordings


Hardcore band from Maumee, Ohio which was active from 1979 to 1989. The band was initially a trio consisting of Barry Henssler (vocals), Andy Wendler (guitar), and Todd Swalla (drums). Their first 7" was the first release for [l=Touch And Go] Records. Later, Corey Rusk joined as bassist and Brian Pollack briefly replaced Wendler, who continued to write for the band but concentrated on playing with his joke band, [a=McDonalds]. Wendler returned by 1983 and Rusk left shortly after the release of the band's first LP to concentrate on running Touch And Go, which he had taken over from founders Tesco Vee and Dave Stimson. He was replaced by Ron Sakowski. Later recordings saw the band abandoning their hardcore sound and pursuing a hard rock direction before they split for good in the late '80s.


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