Former NWOBHM Stars Get Profiled In "Where Are They Now?" Article

March 27, 2002

NWOBHM (New Wave Of British Heavy Metal) fans wondering what happened to some of their favorite musicians/artists in the years that have followed the movement's demise, will want to check out this highly amusing Where Are They Now?-style article published in today's edition of Sun Online. Included in the feature are write-ups on the following former heavy rock notables:

Mark Brabbs (ex-TANK drummer)
Tino Troy (PRAYING MANTIS guitarist)
Robb Weir (TYGERS OF PAN TANG guitarist)
Kevin Heybourne (ANGEL WITCH guitarist)
Duncan Scott (DIAMOND HEAD drummer)

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