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Manowar (band)
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Manowar (band)

Manowar is an American heavy metal band from Auburn, New York, which formed in 1980. The original members were Eric Adams on vocals, Joey DeMaio on bass, and Donny Hamzik on drums. The group was widely known for its violent, primal attitudes, as displayed by wearing animal skins on stage; they continued to release records until 2002 under such titles as Triumph of Steel, Hell of Steel, and Louder than Hell.

Set a record as the loudest band in the world at 129.5 decibels.

Table of contents
1 Members
2 Discography
3 External links

Members

Discography

"Each day, you wake up and get out of bed knowing that there is shit waiting
for you. Each day is a struggle, a battle and you must prepare for these
battles, these wars. You have to be prepared. That is where the spirit of 
MANOWAR comes in. It is for everybody, both men and women, who have the 
fighting spirit. You either fight to win or your throw up your hands and 
admit that you are fucked" - Joey DeMaio.

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