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Danny Lilker

Dan Lilker
Dan Lilker in 2005
Background information
Born (1964-10-18) October 18, 1964 (age 49)
Genres Heavy metal, thrash metal, speed metal, crossover thrash, hardcore punk, grindcore, death metal, black metal
Occupations Musician, songwriter
Instruments Bass, guitar, drums, piano, vocals
Years active 1981–present
Associated acts Anthrax, S.O.D., Nuclear Assault, Brutal Truth, The Ravenous, Holy Moses, Nokturnal Hellstorm, Exit-13, Hemlock, United Forces

Dan Lilker (born October 18, 1964 in Bayside, New York) is a musician from the United States, most known as a bass player,[1] but also guitarist, pianist, drummer and vocalist. He is the bassist for the thrash metal band Nuclear Assault and was a founding member of Anthrax with Scott Ian,[1] (Lilker was then playing rhythm guitar) and recorded bass guitar and co-wrote on their first album, Fistful of Metal. He also founded crossover band Stormtroopers of Death with Scott Ian and Charlie Benante (from Anthrax), and Billy Milano (Anthrax roadie, M.O.D. singer).[1] He also plays bass with Brutal Truth,[1][2] Exit-13,[1] Malformed Earthborn,[3] The Ravenous, Overlord Exterminator, Venomous Concept, Crucifist, Nokturnal Hellstorm and Extra Hot Sauce.

Lilker played on Holy Moses' 1994's No Matter What's the Cause.[4] He is known for his fast, guitar-like riffing through heavy layers of distortion. Dan Lilker has been a columnist with Zero Tolerance Magazine since the publication's inception in 2005. In 2009, it was reported that Chicago journalist Dave Hofer was writing a biography of Lilker.[5]

Lilker is currently in United Forces, which features his Stormtroopers of Death bandmate Billy Milano as their singer.[6]

Discography

Extra Hot Sauce

Taco of Death 1988 Peaceville Records.

Nuclear Assault

Date of release Title Label US sales
1986 Brain Death (EP) Combat Records / Under One Flag
March 10, 1986 Game Over Combat Records / Under One Flag
1987 The Plague (EP) Combat Rec. / Under One Flag
1988 Fight To Be Free (EP) Relativity / Under One Flag
1988 Good Times, Bad Times (EP) Under One Flag
June 13, 1988 Survive Combat Rec. / Under One Flag
November 23, 1989 Handle With Care Relativity / Under One Flag
1989 Handle With Care European Tour '89
September 10, 1991 Out of Order Relativity / Under One Flag
1991 Radiation Sickness
May 19, 1992 Live At The Hammersmith Odeon Relativity Rec. / Roadrunner
July 1, 2003 Alive Again Screaming Ferret / Steamhammer
August 29, 2005 Third World Genocide Screaming Ferret Wreckords

Brutal Truth

Date of release Title Label US sales
October 6, 1992 Extreme Conditions Demand Extreme Responses Earache Records
October 25, 1994 Need to Control Earache Records
October 1, 1996 Kill Trend Suicide (EP) Relapse Records
September 23, 1997 Sounds of the Animal Kingdom Relapse Records
2000 For Drug Crazed Grindfreaks Only! Solardisk
April 20, 2009 Evolution Through Revolution Relapse Records
September 27, 2011 End Time Relapse Records

Anthrax

Date of release Title Label US sales
January, 1984 Fistful Of Metal Megaforce Records

Stormtroopers of Death

Date of release Title Label US sales
December, 1985 Speak English Or Die Megaforce Records
1992 Live At Budokan Megaforce Records
May 18, 1999 Bigger Than The Devil Nuclear Blast Records
1999 Seasoning the Obese: 7" split with Yellow Machinegun Rotten Orange/Howling Bull
August 21, 2007 Rise Of The Infidels Megaforce Records

The Ravenous

Date of release Title Label US sales
August 29, 2000 Assembled In Blasphemy Hammerheart
2002 Three on a Meathook (EP) Red Stream
February 24, 2004 Blood Delirium Red Stream

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