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Blind Surgeon

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Blind Surgeon
OriginBedford, New Hampshire, United States
GenresThrash Metal, Heavy metal
Years active1988 (1988)–1989 (1989)
LabelsUnsigned/independent
Past membersDan Stewart
Dan Noel
Scott King
Cliff Lemay
Kevin Mead
Eric Carrier
Jason Lakis
Jonah Jenkins

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Blind Surgeon was a Thrash Metal band active between 1988 and 1989. They have only released two demos : Doctors Orders, in 1988 and Intent To Kill, in 1989. They also recorded an unreleased demo with Only Living Witness/Miltown/Milligram/Raw Radar War's singer Jonah Jenkins before their disbanding.

Band members[edit]

  • Dan Stewart - Guitar (1988-1989)
  • Scott King - Drums (1988-1989)
  • Cliff Lemay - Bass (1988-1989)
  • Dan Noel - Vocals (1988)
  • Kevin Mead - Guitar (1988)
  • Eric Carrier - Vocals (1989)
  • Jason Lakis - Guitar (1989)
  • Jonah Jenkins - Vocals (1989)

Discography[edit]

1988 : Doctors Orders - Demo

No.TitleLength
1.""Alternatives Of War""04:45
2.""Doctors Orders""02:23
3.""Forever Time""02:58
4.""Looking Through Blinded Eyes""04:28
5.""Malpractice""02:18
6.""Peace Talks/Nuclear Blizzard""04:09
7.""Rotting World""02:07
Total length:23:08

Line-up :

  • Dan Stewart - Guitar
  • Dan Noel - Vocals
  • Scott King - Drums
  • Cliff Lemay - Bass
  • Kevin Mead - Guitar

1989 : Intent To Kill - Demo

No.TitleLength
1.""Intent to Kill""03:16
2.""Doctors Orders""02:35
3.""Malpractice""02:43
4.""Rotting World""02:09
5.""Nymphomania""02:30
Total length:13:13

Line-up :

  • Dan Stewart - Guitar
  • Eric Carrier - Vocals
  • Scott King - Drums
  • Cliff Lemay - Bass
  • Jason Lacus - Guitar

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