Before Anthrax collaborated with Public Enemy, before Rage Against The Machine tore up the DNC convention, and before Limp Bizkit shredded Woodstock, there was a band called Mordred from the Bay Area of San Francisco, California that started it all.
Mordred were formed back in 1984 in the San Francisco Bay Area during the era that gave us the big 4: Metallica, Slayer, Anthrax & Megadeth.
One of the first bands in the cross over thrash metal genre, They released their debut album Fools Game back in 1989. Fool’s Game gave birth to the hit single Everyday’s A Holiday, a huge crowd pleaser at the live shows; it also yielded a video which played in heavy rotation on MTV & other music stations internationally in addition to helping secure a successful American/European tour supporting the likes of Sacred Reich, Overkill, Nuclear Assault and Celtic Frost.
In 1991 came their second album, In This Life, which garnered 5 star reviews like Kerrang magazine’s.
This album spawned 2 hit singles, Falling Away & Esse Quam Videri. Both videos for the singles enjoyed heavy rotation on MTV and worldwide. Touring for support of In This Life produced a live home video, In This LIVE, from one of their amazing headlining shows at the Marquee club in London which sold out both nights.
1992 arrived & Mordred release the 6 track EP that was Vision. The EP included a wide variety of the crossover thrash sound & again enjoyed lots of radio exposure.
The band are pleased to announce that it is the line-up that is responsible for the In This Life & Vision records that has reformed. The line-up comprises of:
Aaron (Pause) Vaughn–keyboards, vocals, turntables